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I don't mean to revive, but doesnt the ZR1 use Brembo calipers in the rear?
Which are italian.
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I don't mean to revive, but doesnt the ZR1 use Brembo calipers in the rear?
Which are italian.


Last time I checked, the Brembo brakes for the North American market are indeed manufactured IN America.

Google it; it's true. Again, all manufactured in Amurica.
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I don't mean to revive, but doesnt the ZR1 use Brembo calipers in the rear?
Which are italian.


Last time I checked, the Brembo brakes for the North American market are indeed manufactured IN America.

Google it; it's true. Again, all manufactured in Amurica.

well assembling it on the car in north america doesn't mean it's an american design.

I mean, you don't assemble a Caterham in Canada and call it a canadian car.
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I don't mean to revive, but doesnt the ZR1 use Brembo calipers in the rear?
Which are italian.


Last time I checked, the Brembo brakes for the North American market are indeed manufactured IN America.

Google it; it's true. Again, all manufactured in Amurica.

well assembling it on the car in north america doesn't mean it's an american design.

I mean, you don't assemble a Caterham in Canada and call it a canadian car.


Mostly because a Caterham is a kit car.

And it isnt assembled on the car. The brakes themselves are made in the US.
elemein
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I don't mean to revive, but doesnt the ZR1 use Brembo calipers in the rear?
Which are italian.


Last time I checked, the Brembo brakes for the North American market are indeed manufactured IN America.

Google it; it's true. Again, all manufactured in Amurica.

well assembling it on the car in north america doesn't mean it's an american design.

I mean, you don't assemble a Caterham in Canada and call it a canadian car.


Mostly because a Caterham is a kit car.

And it isnt assembled on the car. The brakes themselves are made in the US.

They're italian designs. Not even based on italian designs, just flatout italian designs themselves. Same ones used on various cars like the M3 GT-R, the FXX, Gallardo, R8, etc.

Not to mention, there's no american made brake rotor anymore either. There are only two rotor foundries, china and england.
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I don't mean to revive, but doesnt the ZR1 use Brembo calipers in the rear?
Which are italian.


Last time I checked, the Brembo brakes for the North American market are indeed manufactured IN America.

Google it; it's true. Again, all manufactured in Amurica.

well assembling it on the car in north america doesn't mean it's an american design.

I mean, you don't assemble a Caterham in Canada and call it a canadian car.


Mostly because a Caterham is a kit car.

And it isnt assembled on the car. The brakes themselves are made in the US.

They're italian designs. Not even based on italian designs, just flatout italian designs themselves. Same ones used on various cars like the M3 GT-R, the FXX, Gallardo, R8, etc.

Not to mention, there's no american made brake rotor anymore either. There are only two rotor foundries, china and england.


The ZR1 Brembo brakes are manufactured in North America. If you don't like it or believe it, then blame Brembo for stating as such.

Also, some parts of the Corvette aren't 100% American design (the suspension was tuned by Lotus as well), but every part is manufactured in America, and that is my point. Made in America.
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I don't mean to revive, but doesnt the ZR1 use Brembo calipers in the rear?
Which are italian.


Last time I checked, the Brembo brakes for the North American market are indeed manufactured IN America.

Google it; it's true. Again, all manufactured in Amurica.

well assembling it on the car in north america doesn't mean it's an american design.

I mean, you don't assemble a Caterham in Canada and call it a canadian car.


Mostly because a Caterham is a kit car.

And it isnt assembled on the car. The brakes themselves are made in the US.

They're italian designs. Not even based on italian designs, just flatout italian designs themselves. Same ones used on various cars like the M3 GT-R, the FXX, Gallardo, R8, etc.

Not to mention, there's no american made brake rotor anymore either. There are only two rotor foundries, china and england.

Made in America and designed and tuned (even manufactured in one case) everywhere else.

Fixed it for ya

I also see you completely ignored my argument about the rotors. smile
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Made in America .

Fixed it for ya

I also see you completely ignored my argument about the rotors. smile

Refixed it for you.

Also, I did not ignore it, it's simply incorrect, as stated by Brembo. They're made in America.
elemein
Refixed it for you.

Also, I did not ignore it, it's simply incorrect, as stated by Brembo. They're made in America.

Well the calipers and pads are still of european make, built in america or not. Though the Caterham analogy was wrong, the the point is not.

As for rotors, there is absolutely NO brake rotor foundry in america .
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Well the calipers and pads are still of european make, built in america or not. Though the Caterham analogy was wrong, the the point is not.

As for rotors, there is absolutely NO brake rotor foundry in america .


Blame Brembo for posting "false" information. Don't blame me.

PS. I think Brembo might be right. Seeing as they are the company and all.
elemein

Blame Brembo for posting "false" information. Don't blame me.

PS. I think Brembo might be right. Seeing as they are the company and all.

If you can tell me where the rotors are manufactured, I'll gladly admit defeat and say that the ZR1 is completely american.

Until then, that's a cop out answer.
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elemein

Blame Brembo for posting "false" information. Don't blame me.

PS. I think Brembo might be right. Seeing as they are the company and all.

If you can tell me where the rotors are manufactured, I'll gladly admit defeat and say that the ZR1 is completely american.

Until then, that's a cop out answer.


Okay, well, let's say you're right. Let's SAY.

What's your excuse for the Corvette?

Not the ZR1. Just the base Corvettes. They don't use Brembo's.
elemein
Okay, well, let's say you're right. Let's SAY.

What's your excuse for the Corvette?

Not the ZR1. Just the base Corvettes. They don't use Brembo's.

I'm not saying Brembo alone doesn't have any rotor foundrys in america.

I mean nobody does. at all
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Okay, well, let's say you're right. Let's SAY.

What's your excuse for the Corvette?

Not the ZR1. Just the base Corvettes. They don't use Brembo's.

I'm not saying Brembo alone doesn't have any rotor foundrys in america.

I mean nobody does. at all


Hrmmm... Interesting. Fair game. YOU win this round. As for Crimmy, he has 1/3. He still needs two other countries in on this for his point to be valid razz
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elemein
Okay, well, let's say you're right. Let's SAY.

What's your excuse for the Corvette?

Not the ZR1. Just the base Corvettes. They don't use Brembo's.

I'm not saying Brembo alone doesn't have any rotor foundrys in america.

I mean nobody does. at all


Hrmmm... Interesting. Fair game. YOU win this round. As for Crimmy, he has 1/3. He still needs two other countries in on this for his point to be valid razz

I'll give you credit that you know your fair share about corvettes, and I could only point out one thing in an entire car.

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