Have we got a deal for you........

Hey TTers',

We have a few blemished Factory Team Replica 280mm Oversize rotor kits that we are discounting to $150. (includes rotor & caliper relocation bracket but not pads)

We are also throwing in free UPS ground shipping for TT members.

Just enter TT in the coupon code box during check out on our site.

Hey guys / gals,

We have gotten several orders already and some of you are using the TT coupon code, but a few have missed it. We'll adjust your order to deduct the shipping and feel free to take advantage of this offer and throw some other stuff in your order and we're happy to ship it all for free as long as you purchase one of these kits.

The rotors have light cosmetic scratches that will not effect performance or life of the rotor, but they can not be sold as new, so here's your chance to save a few bucks!

Here's a close up of the worst one, which will be the last one sold.


We only have 8 or 9 of them, so order soon if you want one. (we'll pull them from our site and post here when they have all sold)

Click here for more info on our site

(Greg- if you read this, I already pulled out the two you want.)


Had a couple of requests for some detail shots- Here ya go.






One other thing-

In the 450R forum we got the following note form a member and this is important to us, so we'd love to hear any other feedback you might have.

I got banned for asking for a spring on the 250f forum. You might want to haul this over to the classifieds.:p

Hi Flyin-A,

Thanks for your comments.

We want to maintain our place as a valued member of the TT community and do our best to keep the signal to noise ratio balanced by providing tech articles and helping to answer members questions when we can. Even if it is not related to our products.

We don't want to come across as spamming the forums, even though as a forum sponsor we can make commercial posts, we try to keep it low pressure and to a minimum.

We are receptive to hearing how others feel about it as we don't want to create the image that our only concern is making sales here.



Scott Hart / CRF STUFF

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