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  • #16
    Reviving this thread to gauge interest in this AP caliper based kit. Some of you expressed interest in this kit in the other group buy thread(willwood kit).
    Lee needs 10 people to sign up in order to get it produced. I’m hoping we get enough interested to get this done.
    So if you prefer AP caliper kit over the wilwood please contact Lee Directly or feel free to pm me.

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    • #17
      I would be ready to produce ONLY 5 sets of these AP Racing-specific radial mounts if I can get 5 firm orders by Friday May 22nd. Then it will have to be at least 10 sets. I am trying to make it happen now by piggy backing productions.
      Thanks
      Lee


      [email protected]

      1969 2002 racecar
      1989 M3 racecar
      e39 Touring

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      • #18
        Hi everybody
        5 sets of Radial mounts for AP Racing CP8350 have been produced on top of 20 sets for Wilwood calipers. Hats are already machined and anodized. Radial mounts have been machined and are currently being anodized. Shipping shall start this Thursday. I shall email all related info -- part numbers for rotors and calipers as well as payment infos -- this Saturday afternoon.

        Because of the very small number of radial mounts for AP Racing CP8350 calipers, there will be a 100$cad premium on that option.

        Thanks all

        Lee


        [email protected]

        1969 2002 racecar
        1989 M3 racecar
        e39 Touring

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        • #19
          Test fitting before anodization. Compatible with 4 and 6 pistons radial Superlite calipers.

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          1969 2002 racecar
          1989 M3 racecar
          e39 Touring

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          • #20
            Hi everyone

            All emails were sent by Saturday afternoon. If you are still waiting for yours, it is probably in your Spam Box as I have received no notification of incorrect email address. When I didn't have specific email addresses, then I used the PayPal addy.
            In any case, if you want me to resend the email, please contact me at [email protected]

            Thanks

            Lee


            [email protected]

            1969 2002 racecar
            1989 M3 racecar
            e39 Touring

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            • #21
              I have received all payments but one.
              Also, I have started shipping.
              Thanks everyone.


              [email protected]

              1969 2002 racecar
              1989 M3 racecar
              e39 Touring

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              • #22
                All the front kits have shipped. For Wilwood and AP Racing calipers.
                I have sent tracking numbers.
                When installing the studs on the radial mounts, please use Red Loctite (or equivalent).
                I have included a pair of jam nuts that you can use to easily insert and lightly torque the studs. You know how that works (use two wrneches). There's is also absolutely no point to torque them like crazy.

                The calipers are offset with the rotor by a small 0.5mm when using totally flat discs. If using rotors with a small 0.5mm step at the mounting flange, the the rotor and calipers will be 100% centered.
                That 0.5mm offset is totally negligeable ;-)

                if you have any question, then don't hesitate.

                Also, on this GB, there was a lot of free stuff included
                - Free stud kits
                - Free wheel spacers
                - Free shipping

                I hope you'll be happy ;-)

                Lee


                [email protected]

                1969 2002 racecar
                1989 M3 racecar
                e39 Touring

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by LeeVuong View Post
                  if you have any question, then don't hesitate.
                  OK - I'll bite. These studs you mentioned. I am not following. The only radial mount or caliper fasteners I see are shown in the pictures below. Can you clarify if these studs replace either of the bolts in these pictures?



                  1990 M3

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                  • #24


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