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      10-22-2019, 02:49 PM   #1
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Essex AP RadiCAL 9668 fitment question

I'm trying to avoid cutting out the template to verify but would I have any fitment issues with either of my street/track wheels?

Track: Apex EC-7 18x10 ET25 + 5mm Spacer
Street: BMW 763M 19X9 ET29

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Wait till all the track slags see your shiney new anchors, there's going to be a party in the paddock

Someone more qualified can answer your actual question
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Wait till all the track slags see your shiney new anchors, there's going to be a party in the paddock

Someone more qualified can answer your actual question
Until you show up in your shiny new car gapping all the plodders...
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I'm trying to avoid cutting out the template to verify but would I have any fitment issues with either of my street/track wheels?

Track: Apex EC-7 18x10 ET25 + 5mm Spacer
Street: BMW 763M 19X9 ET29

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Run both of those with 9668 and no issues. I do run 10 mm spacers with stock 763M, no spacers with EC-7 18x10 ET25.

Pretty sure I have run 763 without spacers but I canít recall for sure.

Amazing BBK and considering adding 9449 rears.

Which pads you go with?
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Run both of those with 9668 and no issues. I do run 10 mm spacers with stock 763M, no spacers with EC-7 18x10 ET25.

Pretty sure I have run 763 without spacers but I can’t recall for sure.

Amazing BBK and considering adding 9449 rears.

Which pads you go with?
Thank you!!

I haven't ordered them yet but I think I'd be dumb to at least not try the Ferodos that you basically get for free with the set. Otherwise, I love PFC pads.

Any pics? Would love to see them on your car! I've got an LRG 4CS as well.
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Thank you!!

I haven't ordered them yet but I think I'd be dumb to at least not try the Ferodos that you basically get for free with the set. Otherwise, I love PFC pads.

Any pics? Would love to see them on your car! I've got an LRG 4CS as well.
Pretty happy with the new Ferodo DS3.12ís. Punished them really hard at Laguna Seca with 7 25 minutes sessions in one 15 minute session. They did show significant wear, but no way any other brake wouldíve held up to that kind of punishment.
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Pretty happy with the new Ferodo DS3.12ís. Punished them really hard at Laguna Seca with 7 25 minutes sessions in one 15 minute session. They did show significant wear, but no way any other brake wouldíve held up to that kind of punishment.
Damn that looks close! How far is it from the balance weights?
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Damn that looks close! How far is it from the balance weights?
More room than it appears, donít think itís even close to the weights
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I feel like I'd murder my splitter there with my lowered ride height. I want to go to Seca so bad.
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I feel like I'd murder my splitter there with my lowered ride height. I want to go to Seca so bad.
Blind drop into the corkscrew is pretty dramatic, particularly your first time. Donít know of anybody destroying a splitter there, but buddy in E92 M3 ground his splitter dropping into t6 at Sonoma. Couldnít figure out most of the day what that noise was, then somebody was standing there and said check your splitter.

You have to make it out to Laguna at some point, itís too much fun.
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Blind drop into the corkscrew is pretty dramatic, particularly your first time. Donít know of anybody destroying a splitter there, but buddy in E92 M3 ground his splitter dropping into t6 at Sonoma. Couldnít figure out most of the day what that noise was, then somebody was standing there and said check your splitter.

You have to make it out to Laguna at some point, itís too much fun.
I bet, tons of nice tracks over there. The only "local" 10/10 tracks by me are Lime Rock and Watkins Glen.
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I bet, tons of nice tracks over there. The only "local" 10/10 tracks by me are Lime Rock and Watkins Glen.
Couple pretty legendary tracks right there, guess we both have it pretty good
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Thank you!!

I haven't ordered them yet but I think I'd be dumb to at least not try the Ferodos that you basically get for free with the set. Otherwise, I love PFC pads.

Any pics? Would love to see them on your car! I've got an LRG 4CS as well.
The Apex EC7, FL5 and SM10 wheels all clear the Essex/AP 9668/9660 F and 9449 R brake kits. The real test is whether a F wheel will clear the 9668 caliper!

I’d also take a look at BW’s new TA5R FF wheel. They have the typical 9.5et22 F/11et44 R and 10et25 F/11et44 R setups. Their cost is similar to the EC7 but are stronger than the FL5/SM10. I’m going to try the 10” F/11” R setup with PSC2s.

I use PFC pads with my 9668/9449 setup. 11 compound up front and 05 compound at the rear (rear is actually a 7767 pad modified to a 7768 pad which has a larger inner radius).
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Iíd also take a look at BWís new TA5R FF wheel. They have the typical 9.5et22 F/11et44 R and 10et25 F/11et44 R setups. Their cost is similar to the EC7 but are stronger than the FL5/SM10. Iím going to try the 10Ē F/11Ē R setup with PSC2s.
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Remember you can also run the 10.5 ET36 square setup so you can rotate. 15mm spacer up front

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