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Old 02-02-2018, 08:03 AM
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Blimey, they are a bit massive! What type are they?
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They are the freakyparts brake calipers for s2000. Honda 4 pot Red AP Racing Style Brake kit

fingers crossed they fit! Hopefully will get them out on track very soon to see how they perform over stock as was having heat issues with standards.
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Looks good. Shame it doesnt state what calipers they are. Just "AP Style".
What size discs? 330?
Basically a knock off of AP racing CP9200 calipers. They're manufactured by "Compbrake" if I remember rightly.
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What Oil catch can do you guys use? looking for a recommendation
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What Oil catch can do you guys use? looking for a recommendation
If I bought again I would go with the http://www.saikoumichi.com/Stage0_S2000.htm as it's a nice bit of kit. When I messaged them they mentioned they were making a RHD version that sat on the cross member rather than near the battery.
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Not HKS, but I've just installed a Mishimoto compact catch can on the horn bracket. The only downside is that the in/out aren't the ideal way round.
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I bought the UPR Products dual can set up, even though it was overpriced, in order to help the dude in the video buy a tshirt that fitted better
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Im using a mocal can, will be in the for sale section shortly as I'm selling up/ parting out the car


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So I had my car remapped again by Romain today and i got a good result hence it's definitely a fuel pump issue. I bought it from this ebay shop; https://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/fuel-performance
and the shop confirms it's a genuine one so maybe I was unlucky and got a faulty one..don't think they will be responsible for this and to be honest, I couldn't be bothered.

Anyway, I would say if you are to buy a Walbro fuel pump, buy it from a garage that you can trust and if things go wrong, there is warranty and support for it. I opted for DW 320 and no issues..Even Romain prefers DW over Walbro...

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I am running a walbro 255 and its maxed out at 493 fly hp, wont go any richer top end so if i want more power i need to give it more power as the pump isnt hitting max flow, just needs better wire.
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Originally Posted by johnckeen View Post
I am running a walbro 255 and its maxed out at 493 fly hp, wont go any richer top end so if i want more power i need to give it more power as the pump isnt hitting max flow, just needs better wire.
493 flyHP, is it with HKS kit?
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