What brands of rotors are available for a 1996 Lexus SC300 when you can only find second generation rotors for the rear?
Brembo makes a very good big brake upgrade for the SC300. It's a little costly, but its worth it if you need to stop on a dime.
I agree Bembro makes a top of the line brake assmply- very pretty too. I have purchased my last four sets for an LS400 on E--Bay. I find the "Automotive" section of E-bay quite reliable. I usually "sniper" the bid in the closing seconds and get very good results on price. Watch the power steering if you haven't run into issues already... power sterring resoivoir and motor leaks are common in my expeerience in several models. 2Dynamic
Agreed. The Brembo big brake kit is a sweet setup. You could also look for Toyota Supra Rotors and Calipers on eBay, as I'm fairly certain they're plug and play with the SC.
There have been supercomputers in all generations of computers. As the definition of supercomputer is simply any computer having at least 10 times the performance of currently available high performance computers, the very fastest computers of any generation are supercomputers. It is usually scientific and cryptographic applications that drive the need for supercomputers. Some examples of supercomputers from various computer generations are: IBM NORC, first generation UNIVAC LARC, second generation IBM 7030 Stretch, second generation…
If it's the standard engine, yes. Both the first generation ('89-'92) and second generation ('93-'97) Prizms were powered by the same engine, the 4A-FE, but the option of a more powerful engine was also available to buyers, the 4A-GE engine for the first generation cars and the 7A-FE for the second generation cars.
There is a very large difference. First generation has a square Wi-Fi antenna, the second has an oval one. The processor and RAM of the second generation are significantly faster than that of the first generation. The second generation is thinner than the first generation. The second generation can handle most Wi-Fi multiplayer games that the first generation cannot. Basically, the second generation is a very large step-up in everything from the first generation.
The 8GB iPod Touch is a second generation model (3rd generation are 32 and 64 GB models). All the 2nd and 3rd generation iPod Touch models will be able to run iOS4 but because they do not have suitable hardware they will not be able to use all the new features. For example, multitasking, custom wallpaper, and Bluetooth keyboard support are available only with the third-generation iPod touch (32GB and 64GB models from late 2009).