Yes, tiny brake pads! Car is only 850kg or so
Yeah, that's probably due to the fact you've used progressive rate springs.
Coming along nicely.
I've forgotten how small the front disc rotors are on those cars, but then it probably weighs about 2/3 of what a current "small" car weighs, so probably still adequate.
As long as you don't ruin your flywheel!
i was still driving on this
Haw to get your money out of you clutch
So the old control arms looked like this where the sway bar attached. The ball joints were super loose, and clunked when braking/changing direction.I got the new arms and took them over to get the new ball joints put in. Picked them up and bolted the arms on and put in the bushes. The front end is now very solid, the play in the balljoints is gone and so has the worrying creak from the front end
I now had the car ready for going camping :DPacked full!Had a really nice campsite My car is a bit small..Looks shinyNice view and lots of sun!The car ran really well, had an awesome chilled weekend. I need to get a wheel alignment soon, it seems to have a bit of camber wear on the front after the lowered springs (I was waiting to finish replacing the bits on the front end)