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can we get some price ranges please?
Well, they will be less than existing kits on the market right now. You can go to AEM and Bear's website to see how they price full kits and partial kits to get an idea. I can't say for sure what it will cost, only that it will be less because I don't need to make much money on my kits. I already go to the University of Washington full-time and work for Cable Connection full-time, so my little business of Endless Motorsports is only a hobbie for now. I mostly work on cars of friends of friends, and people I meet. I just thought it would be cool to have a kit for our Legends because I love the car and nobody else makes a kit. And since my dad ownes a machine shop I can contract out the construction of these kits to him, and put them together for re-sale in my shop. So for now, I just need to see what people are interested in before I go ahead and buy the parts I need to start developing a kit for my car.
Oh, and EK, you are right about the disc size. I know from experience that I can't go much over 13" in order for the rotor to fit in a 17" wheel with the caliper mounted. And just so everybody is clear, you must have at least 17" rims for this kit to fit. Big brake kits do not work on factory rims because there is not enough clearance. Even some of the aftermarket 17" rims will not provide adequate clearance. I can provide picures of a Bear 13.5" kit w/ a 2-piston Bear caliper that I installed on a '94 Integra if anyone is interested in seeing how these things fit. I just need somebody to host them for me.
Once I decide on the best option I can start getting some preliminary pricing together. Since it's getting closer to summer now I can ride my Ducati while my Legend is torn apart
So for now, just place your votes and voice your opinions and desires here on this thread. I want to put together a kit that people can afford.