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I have a rx7 s5 13bt, how much RWHP is possible gain with a Super Lightweight Rotor Asssembly, in this case, the racingbeat Super Lightweight Rotor Asssembly, wich each rotor weights less 1LB? What the benefits?
Mazda RX7 FB 1982 ready to burn rubber
Mazda RX7 FC Turbo II 1991 waiting "time" ($) for the project
Mazda RX7 FC NA 1988 disassemble waiting time for the assembling
the racingbeat Super Lightweight Rotor Asssembly, wich each rotor weights less 1LB?
DUDE,you really have to RE-read the INFO.
they take One pound OFF,so the Rotor is now 8.7 pounds,not 9.7 pounds(stock).
when I read your post,I thought Holy Crap!..they are Making the Rotors Out of Tin Foil!
Sorry the confusion.
but if each rotor wheights 8.7pound, are 1pound less than stock. 2 pound less in the assembly, I think that the engine have any benefit, or not?
Yes it will have a benefit, and if you can afford to put them in your car more power too you. However this mod is obviously very expensive and there are many other things you can do to your car that have the same or better benefits for a lot less money.
1988 RX7 GTU - Modded with stuff
2008 Subaru Legacy GT Spec B - Not modded with (a lot of) stuff