Reyland 2 piece floating disc kit front

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  • #117644
    chicors
    chicors
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    Spain

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    Hi,
    someone has those reyland disc, they seem like a good option.

    #117660
    kr1s
    kr1s
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    UK - England

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    <!–more–>I would prefer 5 sets of standard discs at £120 per set.

    #117699
    chicors
    chicors
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    Spain

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    the standart discs for street are fine.Reyland discs are floating weighing 1.4 kg less each and on track will have less temperature to have the belt separated from the disc. have nothing to do with the oem that cost more expensive.

    #117767
    kr1s
    kr1s
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    UK - England

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    The standard discs for track are fine.

    Yes lighter is better.

    Yes fully floating is better.

    Just not worth it for £675

    and another 675 when they wear out

    easiest to replace standard discs at only £120 the pair.

    #117769
    OverRev
    OverRev
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    UK - England

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    kr1s – Out of interest mate, are you still running the standard brake hoses, fluid and pads on track?

    #117801
    kr1s
    kr1s
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    UK - England

    Posts: 302

    Yes all standard and no problems at all except wear

    20 trackdays and I’m on my third set of discs and fourth set of pads and the second set of Oe Tyres are nearly gone

    I did expect a warning light for low pads but it doesn’t happen.

    #117813

    Birchy2010
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    UK - England

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    @kr1s have you had any issues with fade on track , loosing the pedal etc or smoking/smelling badly even after a cool down lap before pulling in?

    #117815
    kr1s
    kr1s
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    UK - England

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    No hint of fade

    pedal always solid.

    Sometimes smoke and smells on a hot day.

    I can now recognise the noise as the metal on a pad starts to kiss a disc and it’s always the inner pad wearing first so the one you can’t see.

    And heavy judder means the front discs have cracks that have got too bad and it needs new discs.

    #124059
    Nateodog
    Nateodog
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    UK - England

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    standard brakes we all had fade after about 6-8 mins of tracking driving the standard fluid boils…. change the fluid dot5.1 or castol srf best but most expensive option.brakes are better buy fast road pads will make the best difference on top of the fluid change  when my pads are shot im going the reyland route for sure 27x370mm  instaed of 25 x 350  bigger is better in this case



    SABRE

    532 bhp

    515 lbft

     

    #124076
    white-rs2
    white-rs2
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    The bigger brake kits from GGR, Reyland and others make a massive difference to feel stopping distance and time on track.

    I changed mine after a lads Sunday drive where the smell and the smoke coming off them made me get out and check it wasn’t on fire, decided to wait and have a ice- (ever cloud eh) cream.

    Since changing to the GGR AP set up which aren’t fully floating my choice as the fully floating can have a fair bit more noise even with spring retainers.

    None floating but still has good heat reduction benefits and quiet

    Fully floating best design but can be noisy

     

     



    RS Edition.

    FPM375 Rocks

    The rest of the “M” maps suck

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