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post #813 of 822 (permalink) Old 09-12-2016, 04:33 PM
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I spoke to Jeff over the phone, and he basically said the employee that told me they were shipping CL calipers was misinformed. He assured me they are shipping ITR part #s for calipers and brackets. I know the CL caliper # is the same but was concerned about getting the wrong brackets.

He also said that as of right now, they are starting to ship TSX pads with the kits instead of ITR pads, to cure the overhang issue. I'll be running the Stoptech pads with ATE 200 so it should be good for my first novice track day. Will look into DTC60 if I need something more aggressive or feel like burning through rotors.

Thanks for all the input.
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post #814 of 822 (permalink) Old 09-12-2016, 05:36 PM
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To anyone reading this:

don't take the overhang thing is an "issue", it's really not a big deal, it just results in a funny looking pad when it's time to change it.

ITR or TSX, you'll get more stopping power !

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Hi drmix, could you post a picture to see how wide fits the wheels? I already have 15x7 + 36 but I am running spacer so would like to know how the 15*8 +25 fits.
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post #816 of 822 (permalink) Old 02-10-2018, 08:27 PM
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15x7 et42 SSR Type C clear the 23t caliper bracket and itr caliper

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Jeff @ProPartsUSA takes care of business!

I wanted to let everyone know that Jeff at ProPartsUSA is a complete professional.

I ordered the package deal from ProPartsUSA on the first page of this thread and encountered an issue with the parts I received. I called customer service and spoke with Jeff. He went waaaay out of his way to correct the situation and remained very polite even though I was clearly frustrated. I am very satisfied with his solution.

I will definitely be using ProPartsUSA for my next purchase. Cheap,fast and reliable - not often you hear those words in the same sentence on an automotive forum. Thanks Jeff.
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Does anyone know if this upgrade will clear Lenso rims?
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Does anyone know if this upgrade will clear Lenso rims?
How is anyone supposed to answer that? Rim diameter, width and offset all factors. Brand of rims = no factor
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Any know what size spacers id need for my RPF1s to fit this upgrade?
I have RPF1 15x7 35et
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I heard it is possible to shave down the caliper for it to clear per older hondatech posts. I think you need at least more than a 3mm spacer (recalling from memory when I did a test fit with my friend's RPF1, possibly a 10mm should clear.

To add to the list of wheels that clear, the 15x8 et28 RPF1 clears without an issue.
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Drag DR-62s in 15x7 +40 fit with plenty of room to spare. Pic: https://i.imgur.com/oINLaWd.jpg


Drag DR-21s in 15x7 +40, however, despite not having the same inner lip that RPF1s do, do not work. Unlike the 15x7 RPF1 that the backside of the caliper rubs the inside lip of the wheel, on the 15x7 DR-21 the outside of the caliper will hit the spokes. Maybe if you had a spacer to add a few mm it would work? Pic: https://i.imgur.com/UluG3fb.jpg


EDIT: With a 3mm spacer, Drag DR-21s will just barely clear the caliper and bracket, and by just barely I mean juuuuuust barely. There's barely a mm of clearance from the spokes. They do not touch, but if anything were to move they would hit. It's way too close for comfort. With a 5mm spacer (and extended studs) or grinding away the caliper face it'll clear these wheels, but I think I'll just opt to get different wheels that'll clear. Pic: https://i.imgur.com/cFZ1Z7S.jpg

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