I bed them multiple times in-between doing this, after a while they just seem to lose a bit of power.Bedding the pads more often seems a lot easier than taking the rotor off and cleaning the surface rust.
I think we both missed the TNT, see you at the 1st race this weekend?All these parts make bumping up to Spend Money class to race is very tempting. If you need some help dialing those new 2 way 442's id love to help out. I run in group 3 I think.
For lightweight stuff, really not a whole lot.What other light weight stuff do you have? I didn't see a list of mods anywhere. I need those control arms!
If the intercooler sprayer and tank was installed with the swap, you could remove those. side mirrors, the spare jack. Im not sure of the rules but changing to a single wiper blade and/or removing the washer fluid tank. possibilities. See you at race #1 this weekend man!For lightweight stuff, really not a whole lot.
- front stock seats -> Sparco EvoII
- rear seats / seat belts removed
- all suspension arms / components replaced with adjustable versions / solid mounts ( doubt this saves much weight )
- coilovers ( saves a bit of weight )
- spare tire removed
That's it really. So I'm stoked about the weight I'm at. This is with a full tank of gas, and a full AWIC system ( pump, res, heat exchanger, intercooler, lines + water probably equal at least 100lbs back into the car, in comparison a FMIC would be about half that. ) I'm still slowly taking things out, and will re-weigh soon.