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BMW 335i Performance Cross Drilled and Slotted Brake Rotors

Get it while it’s HOT! R1 Concepts now have in stock the new and improved cross drilled and slotted performance brake rotors for the 2007-2008 BMW 335i Coupe and Sedan.  I know all you BMW enthusiasts been waiting for this day to come, so now for a limited time only, we are offering a full front and […]

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Civic DX Rear Brake Drums conversion to Civic Si Rear Disc

Here is some information on how to convert your Honda Civic Dx Rear drums to Rear Discs.   02-03 Civic Si   Take the rear spindle (with bearing and hub) from any 88-00 Civic with rear discs, or 94-01 Integra and swap them onto the Civic DX. Use 02-03 Civic Si (EP3) caliper bracket mounts, […]

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Drum Brakes and it’s Mechanism

Many people wonder if they have drum brakes or disc brakes for their rear braking system.  If you have rear rotor disc brakes, it would look like what you would have for the front end.  But if you notice that your rear set up looks like a big round cover that looks nothing like your […]

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Braking with ABS vs Non ABS

Nowadays, most vehicle on the road is equipped with ABS braking system.  A lot of people are unaware of what it stands for or how it really works.  Anti-lock braking system is what keeps your vehicle from skidding when applying the brakes hard.   The advantages of having ABS in an emergency braking situation, is […]

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Semi Metallic Vs. Ceramic Brake pads

Semi Metallic Brake pads: Semi Metallic brake pads consist of organic and metal materials. They are often mediocre brake pads which will perform pefectly fine when it comes to braking (Usually what OEM comes with). But the downfall of Semi-Metallic brake pads is that its extremely dusty compared to Ceramic brake pads. The Upside of […]

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Steel Braided Brake Lines Vs. Rubber Hose Brake Lines

Stainless steel braided lines vs Rubber hoses TEST RESULTS   TEST 1: Burst Pressure Test Brake hoses should not show any sign of leakage if tested at 3600 PSI. However, a stainless steel line can have pressure up to 13500 PSI before bursting, whereas rubber hoses will burst at 8000 PSI.   TEST 2: Whip […]

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