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    Quote Originally Posted by FATBOY
    stunning mate! :D

    but clear something up for me?

    Clear yellow fogs


    clear or yellow mate???
    He means original Renault yellow fogs. Clear glass with yellow inside(reflector) instead of having yellow glass.

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    At the moment I have fitted 280mm discs and RS hubs, but with normal calipers. I have to fabricate adaptors to fit Brembos.
    I would be interested in what 280 mm diameter disc you are going to use ,The R26 uses a 31mm x 28mm thick disc,the thickness 280mm diameter disc from AP is 25.4 mm and requires mounting bells etc.
    Rod

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    The R26 uses a 31mm x 28mm thick
    ooops meant 310mm diameter x 28m thick
    Sorry Rod

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    I plan on using Scenic 300mm x 24mm front discs until I save for AP racing or Alcon (on bells) 28mm thickness discs also around 300mm.

    I think 24mm thickness should be fine while the pads are new. Not too good when worn tho.

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    I would be interested in the way you achieve putting the R26 Brembo calipers on the 300mm Disc under a 15" rim.I have tried practically every permutation of disc/brackets to use this caliper,but because of its overall length it becomes a major problem,when moving towards the edge of the disc.where the edges of the pads should be flush with the disc.

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    300mm discs and Brembo calipers go under 16" rim For 15" I think 288mm is max. (depends on rim type), so 280mm is a safe way to go

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    Yeah, I forgot to mention that I'll fit them under Speedline 2012 16''.

    EDIT: You can still fit 280mm discs under 15'' without problems.

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    This is a 305mm x 25.4 mm thick disc and Alcon calipers ,no problem under a 16" Speedline.


    This is a 295mm x25.4 mm thick AP Disc and CP 5000 AP four piston Caliper which goes under a 15" 16 valve Turbine

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