@scotiamr2t It's been a while, but I've got the first one done. I've gutted the inside, fitted polycarbonate window and fitted the carbon mirrors.
See my reply to your other post about this but I'd say they've lasted well. I've just changed my RC6s after 3 races and a test day. 2 of the races were wet hence they have crumbled like yours. (worse than yours actually although they were still attached to the backing plate)View attachment 1434069
My left brake pad has crumbled. They are Carbon Lorraine RC5+ and I did my first trackday with them in march 2018. Since then I did about 8 to 10 trackdays I think, with an average of 4 to 5, 20 to 30 minute sessions. Is this normal that they gave up after this amount of track time?
Might it also be heat related that they have crumbled? Should I upgrade to RC6 or higher, or a different brand of brake pads?
I had to look it up, but here it is.How much polycarb did you get mate. I'm going to do the same.
For now, my plans are to go for the PMS Roll Center Correction kit, as to my opinion, it's just the best option around, because part of the roll center correction and bump steer correction is already in the Laguna hub itself. A bit of track width gain is also welcome, and the bump steer is adjustable. But that being said, if I do come across a nice set of @NorthloopCup I will buy those as well, but my budget doesn't allow that earlier than next year I suppose.
I can answer your first question, but regarding posting bigger pictures, I haven't got a clue how.Some big changes to be made! So you will be using those mounting brackets on the bcs.. And do you have alignment settings in mind? If It was me Id be going for a lot of caster, but I know you use manual steering which will make the steering even heavier, as the increase in mechanical trail.
Also can you post bigger pictures? I couldnt see the diy poly bush very well