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Old 11-02-2015, 01:02 AM   #21
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Some blanks, quality pads and fluid; maybe lines. I think most people get carried away with brakes and then hate how the car drives. You want pads for YOUR application. I see it all too frequently that people get track specs brakes for the street and then can't stop. The stock brakes are pretty dang good, I would say very few people on here can even max out the stock stuff. If you are doing some track time then maybe upgrade the pads and they will fade out a little when heated.
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Old 03-27-2019, 07:14 PM   #22
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Bumping old thread looking to replace my MR brake pads and rotors.
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Old 03-28-2019, 09:57 PM   #23
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I ended up going with the EBC high carbons, BSD7642 and 7643. They look real cool, and I have run them on other cars too with good results. They’re “higher carbon” so should perform better long term. Paired them with ebc yellows. I like em. I find them a good upgrade over stock without getting into some crazy 3k brake set that I wouldn’t fully take advantage of.
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I ended up going with the EBC high carbons, BSD7642 and 7643. They look real cool, and I have run them on other cars too with good results. They’re “higher carbon” so should perform better long term. Paired them with ebc yellows. I like em. I find them a good upgrade over stock without getting into some crazy 3k brake set that I wouldn’t fully take advantage of.
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Old 04-02-2019, 03:52 AM   #25
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I did the stoptech drilled aero rotors upfront and giro slotted in the rear, along with stoptech (unknown Model) brake pads.
Night and day difference from stock MR rotors.
I bought SS hoses but never installed them and don’t need like I need them.
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Old 04-04-2019, 11:06 PM   #26
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I'm currently considering purchasing Girodisc S/S Front & Rear Brake Pads paired with Girodisc Front & Rear Slotted 2pc Rotors.

Trying to locate Girodisc Stainless Steel Braided Lines as well.
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Old 04-10-2019, 09:45 PM   #27
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I'm currently considering purchasing Girodisc S/S Front & Rear Brake Pads paired with Girodisc Front & Rear Slotted 2pc Rotors.

Trying to locate Girodisc Stainless Steel Braided Lines as well.
Just purchased mine from AMS and now looking for some solid brake pads. Who knew the dealership would go nuts with the pricing on stock; they pulled me to the parts department and told me I may as well upgrade. Better parts with better pricing. Sigh...
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I'm currently considering purchasing Girodisc S/S Front & Rear Brake Pads paired with Girodisc Front & Rear Slotted 2pc Rotors.

Trying to locate Girodisc Stainless Steel Braided Lines as well.
I dont think Girodisc make Stainless Steel Brake Lines, from what I found its pretty much between Agency Power, AMS, Goodridge, or Stoptech.
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Some blanks, quality pads and fluid; maybe lines. I think most people get carried away with brakes and then hate how the car drives. You want pads for YOUR application. I see it all too frequently that people get track specs brakes for the street and then can't stop. The stock brakes are pretty dang good, I would say very few people on here can even max out the stock stuff. If you are doing some track time then maybe upgrade the pads and they will fade out a little when heated.
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Old 04-25-2019, 01:46 AM   #30
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just did the blanks from tirerack with stoptech sport pads and they are really good for daily driving. no noise at all too
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