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      02-23-2012, 07:34 PM   #14
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My advice is to keep the sensors plugged in on the wheel well side but NOT plugged in on the brake pad side. Take a zip tie and tie up the loose end to the control arm or something out of the way. Reason for this is on the track I imagine you go through pads quickly and those sensors cost about $20 a piece. If you are monitoring the pads yourself then no need to keep burning through sensors.

**disclaimer - assuming you are monitoring you brake pad thickness with your regularly with your eyes** BECAUSE RACECAR you should.
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