Date Added: Friday 31 October, 2003
The fitting of these is really pretty simple, if you're sufficiently skilled to change the brake pads. There are two additional bolts to remove that hold the caliper in place to fit the replacement discs. I would suggest that you use some "Loctite" or similar when replacing these bolts (you don't want your calipers to drop-off!!)
If you don't feel able to do this - GET A MECHANIC, it won't be that costly - stopping is really pretty important!
When replacing the discs, I would also suggest that you replace the pads at the same time, to make sure that the wear starts evenly - I have the EBC Kevlar which are really good.
The new discs look really groovy! (geddit?...sorry), seriuosly, they look pretty good - As far as braking efficiency, possibly 10% better than standard (though this may be down to having new flat/smooth discs & pads. The real difference is that under more extreme braking, there is alot less fade, as the discs/pads stay cooler for longer.
I would recommend this as a "standard" upgrade, but especially so if you do Track Days. 10/10
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]