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Old 01-27-2006, 03:49 AM
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hey hollis.. i havent seen photos of your lights since he day u had them installed... got any rescent pics?
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Old 01-27-2006, 03:51 AM
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I need to get some more. None yet.
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Old 01-27-2006, 05:03 AM
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trust me not every 1 gets along lol please refer to sires ticket thread :p
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Very slick and functional.
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Im sorry i didnt post earlier. Dude, Randy, those lights are freaking sweet. I love the placement, and they seem to do there job well. Your mini has to be one of the sexiest mini's ive seen yet. Man keep up the good work
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hrmm.. i have my fogs in the middle grille too now, perhaps its time for me to add brake ducts...
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hehe brake ducts! just get some good brakes!!! Stock pads, rotors etc etc etc are really good I can run the dragon down and back.. approx 22miles but at the end of that they would be so mush there was very little braking with it to the floor....

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Mushy pedal that goes to the floor = boiling fluid. Brake ducts will help prevent that, but a quicker remedy is to just go to a higher temperature fluid such as ATE Super Blue. No need for a BBK to solve that problem!
switching to a higher boiling temp fluid would be the best solution, but wouldnt brake ducts also help? since it would direct more air towards to brake allowing the heat to disipitae into the surrounding air and not as much into the surrounding components like calipers, brake lines/fluid?
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