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    frt-brake ducts for cooling anybody tried this!!

    A necessary modification for enthusiasts looking to take their late model Camaro to the track. These instructions guide you through the process of installing custom made brake cooling ducts. These will greatly increase the performance of your brakes and also give you longer brake


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    You could build a set of your own ducts that feed from alongside the air-dam that would be less garish and probably less expensive.

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    Maybe just buy drilled rotors? Those things are fugly.

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    I do not really see those things helping you out too much, would be better to invest in some better brakes.

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    yea i know, but seen this on the C5s and looks and could function i think.

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    without bigger brakes I do not this the stock LS1 have too much problems with the brakes heating up. I would think getting some rims with some sort of spoiler sticking out of them that would funnel air onto the brakes would work better =)

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    Maybe just buy drilled rotors? Those things are fugly.

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    And just buying something that has the title "importmodifications" doesn't lead me to believe it's anything shy of a piece of shit....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmhvenom View Post
    without bigger brakes I do not this the stock LS1 have too much problems with the brakes heating up. I would think getting some rims with some sort of spoiler sticking out of them that would funnel air onto the brakes would work better =)
    omg, did you say put a wing on rims? ....oh shit, the next ricer fad just began on a muscle car forum

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