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Old 02-24-2010, 07:28 PM   #1
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Arrow Secondary Rear Brake Caliper for drifting or parking brake?? (pics)

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for drifting?

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Interesting, my subaru actually has rear calipers but the parking brake is a drum style located on the interior hub area of the rotor, its strange.
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Thats crazy, I wonder what their intention behind it is, and if it will make to production. That would be something to look for at the geneva auto show. Any pictures of the other rear tire to see if its on that one too?
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yep... it's on the driver's side too... (or passenger's side on JDM model...lol)

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Definitely think that's a secondary rear brake caliper, either for drifting or parking brake?
Parking brake.

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Interesting, my subaru actually has rear calipers but the parking brake is a drum style located on the interior hub area of the rotor, its strange.

Those setups are pure win. The Z32s, Supras, IS and I think st205 celicas had em too.
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Those setups are pure win.
They are a pain in the ass to change shoes on and they don't have a lot of bite when your Supra is running 315s.
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maybe they are factory rice and they bigger calipers are just for looks, and the little guys are the real working brakes????
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I lol'd.
Like... IRL.
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wow!! nice spotting yet again.. ummm how would this benifit the drifters?
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They are a pain in the ass to change shoes on and they don't have a lot of bite when your Supra is running 315s.

I don't drift.
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wow!! nice spotting yet again.. ummm how would this benifit the drifters?

They use it to lock the rear wheels to initiat the slide. Stunt drivers in movies have been doing it long before D1 or Formula D and professional drifters
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maybe they are factory rice and they bigger calipers are just for looks, and the little guys are the real working brakes????
Haha, this was the first thought to cross my mind.
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