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      12-30-2012, 11:35 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by splitsecond View Post
the Evo guys have found measurable increases in awhp by losing 3 lbs from each brake rotor...
there's no HP gain but you gain HP/weight ratio. 3 lbs wouldn't even register on even the most sensitive of butt dynos. you can expect sharper steering response, better braking and less wear and tear on suspension bushings due to lighter unsprung weight.
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