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2012 Sema Show

Custom Sema rotor by R1 Concepts Sema Show is one of the biggest and hottest trade event shows taken place at the Las Vegas Convention Center for a full week, October 30 – November 2, 2012. The R1 Concepts team geared up to take coverage at the show as well as showing the latest brake […]

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2012 Motion Auto Show – ROLL OUT! Video

Motion Auto Show has personally been my favorite show to attend. Besides that it has been indoors to keep off the heat especially when R1 Concepts team is working hard at the booth without the sweats, Motion Auto Show has the hottest import cars, VIP luxury, and from old school vehicles to the latest and […]

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2012 LX Spring Festival – VIDEO

Want to see the latest Chrysler 300 (LX), Dodge Challengar (LC), Charger (LD), & Magnum? Check out our media coverage from Spring Festival of Lx's! These people share their passion for cars and you'll be blown away with their modified and stock cars. Location: Southern California       Don't forget to our subscribe our […]

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RETURN OF A LEGEND: REBIRTH OF THE ACURA NSX

THE LEGEND IS BACK: REBIRTH OF THE ACURA NSX Yes people, “the everyman’s supercar is back.” The Acura NSX should hit the streets within three years or so. Although the model unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show is only a concept, there are claims that Honda will stay true to the design for the production […]

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2008-2011 LEXUS IS-F

2008-2011 LEXUS IS-F PERFORMANCE BRAKES The Lexus IS-F, sleek, powerful, luxurious. So, why not dress it up with something equally sleek, powerful, and luxurious. R1 Concepts is happy to announce that we are now offering our high-end Premium series cross drilled rotors for the new 2008-2011 Lexus IS-F. Along with the Premium rotors, we also […]

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Do I have a Sport or non Sport Suspension RX8?

The difference between the sport and non sport brakes is that the front rotors are a different size. One sure way to determine which rotor you need is to simply measure it. Sport should be about 12.72 inches and the non sport would be 11.93 inches. The next and probably easiest way is if you have manual 6 speed transmission, then you would have the sport suspension

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