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Complete R-pkg brake duct kit

Complete R-pkg brake duct kit

Regular price $299.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $299.00 USD
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14-76412

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Emissions: Emissions do not apply.

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Warranty: 1 year

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Do you have an R-package lip (knock-offs are often referred to as RS lips) and you want to finally connect those holes to brake ducts to make them functional? Here's your solution. This is a complete kit that includes everything between the lip and the rotors - inlets, hose, backing plates, and the assorted hardware you need to have fully functional brake ducts. 

The inlets include the hardware to mount the ducts to your lip, including spacers to help account for the varying thickness of different options on the market. Be aware that while they fit very well, there could be a bit of variation with your specific lip since there are so many different options. These should work with both OE and aftermarket R-pkg lip spoilers, but won't work with other styles, such as the GV lip. 

Not sure what kind of lip you have? Check out the picture above. The knock-offs go by different names, but they should all look like what's shown in the picture. 

The inlets in this kit are another part from our You Design program, which gives the DIY community an outlet for their designs and an opportunity to make money from their hard work and ingenuity. They were designed by our new friend, Frederico Maccario - you can find him @maccmiata on Instagram. 

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Egil
Great after a little massage

These cooling ducts and some new pads turned a track experience from keeping brake fade away (local track has 3 heavy brake zones per lap and is particularly tough on brakes) to spending the whole session flat out! This is very good, looks good with the R-package lip but the backing plates needed some massaging and bending to keep them away from both the outer tie rod end and the brake disk, but this is an easy fix. Definitely recommended.