Ready to race!
So an update after taking it to Sonoma, I definitely felt a difference in grip the hotter the brakes got. Much more stick and grab than the street/mountain road driving I have been doing. Did feel the street vs track type grab, more street grab on hairpin #11 turn as I pressed on the brakes (stopping from about 110-120) as opposed to the windy turns 2-4 where you could feel the grab was a lot stronger. Even with my single piece rotor, anytime there was a straight before a turn where I picked up over 80-90mph it would feel a lil soft on the grab initially but as I braked more it grabbed stronger.The fronts had a nice blueish wear band evenly spread from inside to out, the rears were not as good but the light spots were in the middle (so good wear band on the outer and the inner but then smaller "rings" of wear on the middle). Rears filled out better after the track sessions though and didn't squeak at all in the paddock but haven't driven on the street yet since. Got home late from the track on Sunday and just parked the trailer in front of the house, left the R on it and went to bed. LOL I'll be pulling it off Saturday to wash off the track debris, rubber, and grime do an oil change and then put it back on the trailer for next weekend.
I found the choices for OEM replacement style 2-pieces on this platform to be very scarce on choice. The ones I went with were on the more pricey end but are custom, fully serviceable, and as I documented in my build thread extremely light on the fronts. 6lbs each up front less than OEM.
Overall tho I am happy with em for the cost in comparison to BBK.
Nice sounds like its getting good even pressure even if there are light spots in the middle. Another track session should get them into place!
For the 2-piece rotors you bought. Do they offer warranty or replacements for the single hub piece, not sure if that is what it is called (not the rotor but the connecting piece of the rotor to the hub).