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 Post subject: Re: Caliper pistons.... Stainless steel vs aluminum
PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 8:20 am 
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[quote=I did entertain the idea of making some Ti's, but for the four piston calipers. Then I found out there is more to it (coating) than just spinning up some pucks in the lathe. The thought of doing P08 pistons never really crossed my mind, but it's an interesting idea. Any ball park costs? Regards... Flattop[/quote]

I'm pretty confident I could do them for $80 US a piece but I'd need the 40 pieces (10 orders) to make it work.
If you did this kind of thing all the time, I think ultimately you could drive the price down to say $60, but that's the nature of making specials unfortunately.


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 Post subject: Re: Caliper pistons.... Stainless steel vs aluminum
PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 11:10 am 
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I raced my 900 bevel for many years with F08 running Dot 3 fluid [and not changed regularly] without any fade/overheating issues.


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