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    hotest brakes on a 3S?

    haven't seen this before, thought I should share:

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    Bahahaha

    Dead. For now.

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    Cool, I bet some XP12's would do that
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    Holy crap, that's sick, lol. I have a pic of an NA with the brakes bright red from a stuck caliper. I'll see if I can dig it up.
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    Those are the old Hawk HT compounds. XP12's will not do that because Carbotech does not use iron filings in their pads because having the side of your car "rust" isn't cool anymore, lol.



    I'd say this is the hottest 3S brake:




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    How do they keep them from warping after getting that hot or don't they?

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    My brakes were practically on fire after driving a road course last season. Thought it was my engine smoking at first.

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