you have not seen me race my bugeye then. ha-ha! they get quite a
workout! and are just fine for stopping my little white rocket ship!
the untimate payload for a bugeye! *burp*(pardon)!!... :)
----- Original Message -----
From <Daniel1312 at aol.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2000 7:02 PM
Subject: Re: Big Brake Conversion.
> Actually road cars can often be harder on brakes than racing cars primarly
> due to the adverse braking torque to weight ratio of a road car compared
> racing car. You only have to consider the extra weight of a passenger,
> tyre, junk in the boot etc and all steel (no glass fibre panels)
> not to mentioned being fully trimmed and so on.
> Road cars can also be hard on brakes because they are required to bring
> car to a dead stop in traffic, time and time again leading to a build up
> heat that is not dissipated because speed and duration to the next dead
> is minimal.
> In a message dated 18/07/00 19:40:47 GMT Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> << I guarantee they take a lot more abuse on the track than any street