- Jun 28, 2008
has anyone used the New ultra-budget front disc setup or any other products from scarebird? if so i would like some feed back good or bad before i invest in there product,
Someone just did a thread about it look down or on page 2
Whoever "scarebird" was, he's been **** canned from this forum for posting that thread. He and the thread are history...
i dont have any personal experience with scarebirds systems, yet, but except for a few early issues with their six cylinder hubs, and a few other minor issues, scarebird puts out a very good product. i just wish they would come up with an 11" front rotor for six cylinder cars.
If you can get 4 others committed we can make it happen.
One of the unfortunate things about the internet is any fool with access to an IP can post whatever stray thoughts are bouncing around their empty heads. To paraphrase Twain or somebody wittier than me the rumours of my banning are premature.
Hearne's understanding of engineering is as flawed as his information of my banning. This new design is a simple, flat plate - nothing is stronger. The load is contained to a single plane - no twisting or bending can occur. His simpleminded twaddle about vibration and cracking are just that - obviously he has not been to a track and noted all the tubular control arms; they undergo far greater stresses and loads than a brake bracket and there they are...
Thank you to my customers and friends who emailed me about this thread.
...I've got 35 years of practical, hands on experience dealing with and seeing firsthand what happens to poorly thought out, poorly engineered products. Yours is one such...
Yes, a simple flat piece of steel is strong when subjected to stress in a fashion yours is intended to be...