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Which brand of bbk recommended for about $1400-$1800 budget

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5th Gear

thinking of getting a bbk, find braking indeed a very impt criteria.

 

budget around 1400 to 1800.

 

quite a few brands in the market with mini n big pots.

 

which brand will your recommend???

 

thks.

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6th Gear (edited)

With budget 1.4K ~ 1.8K personally i would opt for VTTR as 1st choice 2nd JBT 3rd Wilwood

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5th Gear

FK currently sellin drift racing 4 pot for 1450.

 

hw about espec compared to vttr? wats the differences between these 2? espec also similar price tag.

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Supercharged

Drift racing is a brand? can it fit 15in rims?

 

Went to race tech today, n the VTTR mini6 pot was 1.8k. looks quite nice but they said it includes steel braided hoses as well, comes a set. so too bad if u're already on ss braided hose.

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5th Gear

tt one can fit GTI as well meh???

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Supercharged

That's why... i asked and they say order from taiwan.

GTi is popular in taiwan? [laugh]

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Twincharged

because VTTR is from Taiwan.

so when he said order from Taiwan means VTTR makes for Swift GTi as well.laugh.gif

they also quote for my esi at $1.8k,i wanted to get the blue caliper one.tongue.gif

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5th Gear

went to the site...they make to fit 15' rims as well maybe tts y he say can fit...but ours is 4 wheel studs not 5...

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Supercharged

There's the 4x114.3 rotors, but the only thing is if they have the knuckles to hold the calipers in the correct offset.

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Supercharged

tt's why i doubt what they say, coz few ppl make stuff for this GTi liao.

EG very popular though, everywhere is making anything for that car... [sly]

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5th Gear

theres also project Mu wad...van fit IS 15' rims...only thing like what u say is the offset...@ most just buy another new set of rims nia [sly]

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Turbocharged

who is the distributer for vttr and tarox bbk locally?

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i'd say Wilwood dynalites. for 1.4k u can get a choice of 282m or 310mm 2 piece rotors (very light [nod] ), forged mini 4 pot calipers (very light also), pads, SSBH, brackets and all accesories. Fm a ex user's perpective, its value for $ entry level BBK from a reputable American company. gd enuff for daily street driving (spirited or otherwise [laugh] )n occasional tracking. replacement pads r readily available too. imho, its a gd investment. [nod]

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wats the color of the calipier for the wilwood dynalite? cos i prefer in to be in red. and which shop sells it?

 

for 1.8k vttr is mini 6 pots, then hw about espec for this price range? also get a mini 6 pots or 4/6 big pots instead???

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hw about wilwood FSL 4 pot bbk? is it better than the dynalite?

 

pls advise, cos got someone selling at $1500 for a used set, dunnot worth getting or nt

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1st Gear

1.5k for used set is what brand?

 

i'ld recommend VTTR mini 6-pot from racetech.

VTTR BBK is really damn solid quality. quite a few frens fitted them on fit, dc5 and mr-s. feedback on good brake feel.

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