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Old 01-19-2010
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Hello,

The brake disks are now available on DDM's website under the Micro Hobby section.

If you have any questions on any of our products etc, Please feel free to PM me.



Thanks,
jeff svo
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Looks nice. I Will have to get one. Nice job.
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great.
looks nice
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The brake disks are now available on DDM's website under the Micro Hobby section.
I can't find it there. Do you have a link?
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>fun<

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Click 5T parts by vendor, then select micro hobby, It should be there.
Here is the link.
http://www.davesmotors.com/s.nl/c.88...egory.75066/.f

If it's not showing for you, let me know. It is working from where I'm at.

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Thanks, it's there under 5t parts by vendor.

I went to 5b parts by vendor, and it is not there yet.
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That looks beefy. Is it similar material as the stock or maybe billet? Also, are you using the stock pads with it?



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I was using stock pads dude and they seem to work great I would like to try some carbon pads in the near future

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That looks beefy. Is it similar material as the stock or maybe billet? Also, are you using the stock pads with it?



Chris
material is a billet piece from copper 954.
im using it with stock pads
no more fading or brake warpage.
little heavier, but u got all the metal to cool up quickly.
for the best brake disc replacement, u can't go wrong with micro hobby disc. Price is also awesome.
Good job micro. hope to see more of ur collection.
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material is a billet piece from copper 954.
im using it with stock pads
no more fading or brake warpage.
little heavier, but u got all the metal to cool up quickly.
for the best brake disc replacement, u can't go wrong with micro hobby disc. Price is also awesome.
Good job micro. hope to see more of ur collection.

+1 to that I was unsure what the disc was actually made of I was just gonna email jeff and ask for all the info so thanks for that dude
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That looks beefy. Is it similar material as the stock or maybe billet? Also, are you using the stock pads with it?



Chris

I was going to answer earlier, but got tied up trying on some new stuff.


Here is the original thread started on the disks...

The weight is 1.9 ozs (55 grams)
Made with Aluminum Bronze 954C
This replaces the 3 stock disks and we have been using stock brake pads as well as stock servo.

jeff svo
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I have been running my disk now for weeks.... bashing and over at Phatdads track ..

It is showing no wear and locks the tires up every time .. this is an excellent upgrade to the brake system..
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Talking Brake

I also purchased one and although I haven't installed it yet I knew it was going to be a high quality product comming from Micro Hobby, thanks for a nice product.
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Brought one and installed. Replaced my aftermarket alloy discs and used with carbon pads. Is absolutely gold, work so well !
Great part and well made.
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Just ordered one of these badboys
I go out bashing with D4nnyC and his 5T stops on a dime so i just had to get 1 i wanted 3(one for each of my baja's) but MMR had sold out and they only came in yesterday
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Glad you got one dude they are without a doubt a great piece of engineering

Cant wait to see what else micro hobby has up there sleeves

keep up the good work guys

d4nnyc mmr master basher
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Nice looking disc.

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Old 02-20-2010
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Thanks guys!!

Working hard on new stuff.
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Old 02-22-2010
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received mine today looks very tidy,,,,on closer inspection there cutouts are poorly done,,,where the hex outline is there is holes at each point,2 of them holes have a hairline crack where they meet another cut out.....not good!imo
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