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Old 11-08-11, 11:43 PM   #76
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Min thickness is 28mm. They start out at 30mm. I'm sure the Raybestos rotors will work fine. I got some new rotors for a really great price, then had them cryo-treated. I have not run them yet, but it would be a revelation if they didn't crack like the OEM rotors do at CMP. I'll be testing this next season...
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Great post! Thank you for the tips.

Glad you're having lots of fun with the F.
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Old 05-13-12, 07:49 AM   #78
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Great tips especially for first timers and I picked a couple ideas from here. Thanks!

I usually bring my 10x10 canopy so I have a shaded place to sit and relax between the morning and afternoon runs or I park my car under it too.
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TLDR,

cross post.

link to HPDE articles.... very worth reading. even for advanced

http://www.clublexus.com/forums/7669765-post23.html


http://redlinerennsport.homestead.com/DriversEdEd.html



not to get too serious here, but there is an old saying.

Never bring a car to the track, you can't afford to roll up into a ball and walk away from. -doesn't happen often, but it can.

and careful where you park!
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