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  • Join Date: 11-27-12


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  1. Rossi
    09-22-18 06:50 PM
    Hi Matt, sent two PMs. No reply. Are you still active?
  2. 07-15-18 01:09 PM
    Somethings I saw was cracking of the rotors when they took the car to the track. I also heard that people with endless breakpads says that it will eat through the rotor quicker due to it being ceramic is this true? I am just torn between OEM, Endless and project mu
  3. 07-15-18 12:57 PM
    Hey Matt,
    I been looking into the project mu break pads for my lexus RCF. I see that its practically the same component as the OEM breaks but what i dont understand is why so many people are having problems with it on the track when others with oem breaks are fine on the track. Also many have also said the break did not bite as well as oem. Just wanted to here your opinion.
  4. Weapon F
    06-03-16 11:20 PM
    Hey Matt I saw your post discussing Firestone indy 500 and how the old standards really no longer apply and it's not written in stone like it use to be what they say ie traction, wear rating etc, especially when you're comparing an older Tire to a new tire so my question to you is I'm really not tracking my car anymore I'm looking for a good summer Tire that would go well with my driving style which aggressive DD. I commute into New York City from burbs Daily and the roads in New York City are horrible, that being said I'm not sure if I want to spend more money on the set of performance tires that I really won't be able to take advantage of doing primarily Street driving do you think these Firestone Indy 500 are happy medium between good performance but still streetable at a decent price.
  5. 02-19-16 07:38 AM
    Hello. I see you sell the slotted Project Mu rotors,front and rear for the ISF... have you heard they are the last company to offer slotted for the F? R1 and Adams both have slotted listed on the websites but when you try to order....they said the slotted do not exist anymore.... Im most likely going to order the PM through you.
  6. 05-05-15 07:11 AM
    looking for project mu NS400 front and rear pads for a 2008 ISF

    Are there any clublexus discount codes available? Would these be sufficient for street and possibly the occasional auto cross session?

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