Order yours today at http://www.maperformance.com/girodisc-magic-pads-brake-pad-set-evo-x-mp1-2-0047.html. This Girodisc "Magic Pads" Brake Pad Set (Evo X) is brought you by Modern Automotive Performance, Redefining Fast. Powered by http://www.treepodia.com the leading ecommerce video solution.
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Installation of brake rotors and pads using Giro disc x Demon Performance 2-piece rotors and magic pads on this Dodge Charger 392! Contact us today for all your performance and automotive needs at Brooklyn Motors Inc 2205 Utica Ave Brooklyn Ny 11234 718-513-6649 Tech Alex @alex_z_33 Shop @brooklyn_motors_inc Products @Girodisc @demonperformance
Views: 37 Herminio Feliciano
A quick look at some parts I recently ordered, including front two-piece Girodiscs (rotors), rear grooved vented discs, HEL brakelines, Performance Friction PF.11 z-rated pads, Whiteline ARB (sway bar) and Whiteline adjustable droplinks. Thanks to Indigo-GT and Rossport for supplying the parts and the quick turnaround Indigo-GT: http://www.indigo-gt.com/ Rossport Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ross-Sport-Ltd/331926470161619 Parts and Part numbers: Rear Pads: Model No: 13188.8.131.52 Manufactured by: Performance Friction Front pads: Model No: 1001/7781.11 Manufactured by: Performance Friction Rossport 1-piece Rear grooved discs Manufactured by: Rossport Part No: RS-5780 Girodisc 2 piece Model No: A2-047 Manufactured by: Girodisc HEL briaded lines Model No: MIT-4-081-X Manufactured by: HEL Whiteline ARB Model No: BMR84Z Manufactured by: Whiteline Whiteline Droplinks Model No: KLC174 Manufactured by: Whiteline Music/Intro/Outro loop: "Go Cart" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 2752 Rafkoo
Installation of the new Girodisc Lightweight brake rotors on an EVO 9. Includes free footage of brake dust smeard on my face during the whole thing. Yay!
Views: 5391 Jarrod Hoops
"Some say right before you die, life flashes before your eyes." ....The same applies to brakes. - The life and death of a GiroDisc brake rotor. This video was made possible by: http://girodisc.com Song: The Heavy "Short Change Hero": http://goodman.theheavy.co.uk/ Thanks for letting us make a video for our integrated marketing campaign project in our university's marketing class!
Views: 2621 Kyle Maltz
A simple video showing how to use the Giro Disc Piston Spreader Tool. Main article is located at evolutionm.net and i-club.com
Views: 6899 Ali Allage
The Magic Pads are the world's newest and most revolutionary product illuminating the road to more perfect skin! The pads are designed to organically destroy blemishes, clear blemishes, smooth and tighten skin, shrink pores, exfoliate, tone, clarify and hydrate all in one swipe. Purchase at http://www.themagicpads.com For my full review visit http://withopeneyestosee.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-magic-pads.html
Views: 943 Anne Yedlin
My brakes needed to be replaced bad! So I decided to change them out in my garage in Phoenix. This was my first time doing a brake pad change for my Evo X . I learned a few things and in this video I tell you some tips for tackling this job. Music by Apetight - https://soundcloud.com/apetight and atreetalking - https://soundcloud.com/atreetalking/p-e-r-c-e-p-t-i-o-n Two really dope friends and local artists from Phoenix!
Views: 630 Kire2k
Short video I made of a daily driven Lamborghini Murciélago that stopped by the Girodisc production facility. It was testing a new set of high performance racing rotors. My buddy Mike called me up to come check it out and get some shots of it. It was a beast! Enjoy!- KM
Views: 357 Kyle Maltz
Second session of the day. 1st was pretty rough, but almost getting the hang of it here. First time ever at the track. Mods- Tomei Ti CBE Suspension- JRZ RS1's Rim/Tires- Volk CE28s 18x10.5 +18 w/ Nitto NT05's 275/35/18 Brake mods- HAWK HP+ front pads Girodisc Magic rear pads, Amsoil 600 DOT 4 brake fluid
Views: 231 Jahfo
The process of how to go about changing your brake pads for the 6 piston Brembo Brake Kit. You will see how I replaced the stock Brembo Pads with Duralast Max Premium Ceramic Brake Pads.
Views: 1617 JayMac95
RSS (Road Sport Supply) & Stuttgart Performance 714.545.1046 www.roadsportsupply.com RSS: Project GUMBO RS 4.0 The standard factory recipe for the new 4.0 RS is more than enough to satisfy most of the lucky 600 owners who have ordered it off the Porsche menu. But what about those select few who want to make it their own and add a bit more flavor and kick to it? For them, especially those of a 'Southern' persuasion -- the taste of the 4.0 still leaves something to be desired. The way we see it is even with this amazing dish Porsche has served up -- those with discriminating palates may choose to add a few extra special RSS ingredients and season to taste... A quick sound clip of the RSS Xpipe on the 4.0... Featuring: RSS Tarmac Series Suspension - Stage 2 Lowered, Corner Balanced & Aggressive Alignment RSS XPipe Center Muffler w/ Angle Cut Tips RSS 931 Series 1.75" Chromoly Competition Rollbar RSS Seat Base Kit (allows for lower seating position) GiroDisc 380/350 Brake Kit w/ Pagid Pads Recaro SPG XL Profi Seats Schroth Enduro Harnesses Shift Light Wing Uprights Powder Coated Satin Black Clear Side Markers Motorsport Front Splitter/Lip and more...
Views: 2062 roadsportsupply
(scroll down for full video text) This is a quick tutorial about a nice trick i learnt from ScreamingAngels a little while ago: you can export objects with rotors from one world to another. I don't remember having seen a video about this one yet and i think the community needs to know, so here it is. At first it doesn't seem like you can because the parts linked by rotors do not get copy-pasted with the rest, but you can copy-paste them separately, and they will have a rotor head attached to them (the head only, sticking out in space with no bottom). This trick is the last part of the process: how to tie both parts back together. -- All objects in this video imported from SECBA's "Civilian Modules World part 3": http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=237893835 ------------------------------ I know my voice may be hard to understand (bad mic) so here is the written version: "Hi guys, Dj0z here. Take a look at this rotor. Both parts were copy-pasted from another world, so the rotor got disjointed. That's why you have to do this operation in two parts (two steps). You have to copy-paste each of the parts first (two copy-pastes), put them close to each other, then you also need a big ship with landing gear. Then what you do is: you use that ship to gently push the top part = the part linked to the "head" of the rotor, into the bottom part of the rotor. You need to align the head with the bottom part (and push it in, they won't collide!) And then all you have to do if you aligned them properly, is save the world, and then load it. If the alignment was good enough, magic happens: the rotor works again, it is now in one piece, and this allows you to copy-paste objects that include rotors from one world to another. Of course, it's a bit more complicated than the usual copy-paste, but i think it's worth it if you have complex parts to copy-paste. I hope you enjoyed this and will use it for your own creations. See you next time."
Views: 403 Dj0z SE
First run in Black Run Group with Schattenbaum in my 06 Cayman. Stock motor, JRZ RS pro suspension, GiroDisc Rotors, Pagid Black front, Yellow rear pads, Hooiser R7 slicks. Have to go back into the Aim Studio and reconfigure the display parameters (speed) and relocate and resize things, but otherwise - comment below good or bad, its all good!! And thanks for watching! More to come!
Views: 50 lgzildjian