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  1. Welcome to the club smarty11! Everyone here can help with any questions you may have.
  2. Friend of mine took a picture of this little gem I think in Victoria or BC. Love to know what he or she did to this to get this to work.
  3. These are the rear brakes. The discs on here are the original fronts for the smart other than the orange bell housing
  4. Does the hum lesson when you do a turn right or left at the mentioned speeds?
  5. My little smart isn't going to be my every day car, At this point in time the amount of money that has been spent so far is to the point of almost insanity. but this is my last build and my favorite one. When it is finish I'm going to play!
  6. Pads and rotors can be purchased by them self, or just ask the name that is its replacement and they will tell you. This mod was done for a specific reason and I still have a way to go. I will post more as time go on.
  7. It should be in the line between the condenser and evaporator.
  8. Talked to one of the people at S-Mann and there should be no issue with the conversion. As for the total surface area of all six in the front looks to be about 20% larger.
  9. I believe it is in the condensor rad by the side of the valve. Saw drawing some where that showed this.
  10. The calliper looks big, but it has 6 pistons and they graduate in size as they go along. The aluminum plate on the front is a 6mm spacer,
  11. Installed S-Mann front brakes, turned out ok. Some modification was needed for it to work. Now waiting on front 16" rims. I have done the rear ones but not quite Finish them yet.
  12. Did you mount the actuator in the same place where it sat before? You will have to adjust it.
  13. Welcome to the club BeSmart.
  14. Take a look under the carpet just behind the seats and past the engine cover there should be two nut ankors fixed on the surface that might help. there where in mine and I made use of them.
  15. Looking good Mike!