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Old 01-09-2008, 07:36 AM
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Yo Alan, where's the love for Bimmers?

We got a whole lotta love for bimmers now! We just came out with a new shim model that fits all of the models below. The BMW design was a challenge because of the caliper clip on the back of the brake pad. We have two shim variants: the first has a cut out designed to fit around the clips; the second is designed to fit on pads where the clip has been removed (which some hard core racers prefer). In the second design, the user can still punch out a section of the shim for use with a caliper clip later on.

http://www.takspeed.com/tispeed/inde...products_id=60

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Old 01-11-2008, 01:18 AM
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We got a whole lotta love for bimmers now! We just came out with a new shim model that fits all of the models below. The BMW design was a challenge because of the caliper clip on the back of the brake pad. We have two shim variants: the first has a cut out designed to fit around the clips; the second is designed to fit on pads where the clip has been removed (which some hard core racers prefer). In the second design, the user can still punch out a section of the shim for use with a caliper clip later on.
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Old 03-01-2008, 05:36 PM
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Scott,

Just picked up the shims for the rear from the waterjet shop yesterday. We now have shims for the front and rear of your 911 in stock.

1984 Porsche 911 Rear Axle :
http://www.takspeed.com/tispeed/inde...products_id=61

1984 Porsche 911 Front Axle :
http://www.takspeed.com/tispeed/inde...products_id=41

The whole porsche catalog can be found at the link below. It's grown a lot over the past year, I think we've got almost every major model covered. Let me know if there's one you need missing from the list.

http://www.takspeed.com/tispeed/inde...x&cPath=6_7_70

Just ordered front and rears! Thanks.

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Old 06-25-2008, 11:25 PM
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FYI: we have moved the entire ecommerce site to a new URL, cleaned it up significantly, and added new models. You can now access it at: http://tispeed.com/. Thanks to the TrackPedia community for working with us to expand our catalog to meet your needs.
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a shameless plug, but these things really do work

http://HardBrakes.com/index.php?main...41&chapter=100

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a shameless plug, but these things really do work

http://HardBrakes.com/index.php?main...41&chapter=100

Note: TiSpeed has a new name
Wow, blast from the past here. I can't believe it's been nearly 3 years since I posted here. Yes, TiSpeed is now "Hard Brakes", and the catalog has grown hugely since then. We're also offering many of our heat shields in thicker versions for the more hard core trackers.

If you were looking for something for your car a few years ago and couldn't find it, you might want to take another look now. http://HardBrakes.com
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