Brake Pads and Rotors for Street/Track use

Norm Peterson

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Better than overestimating their fade resistance, or forcing yourself to take a lot of "easy" laps to make sure that they don't fade. I doubt very many people have the discipline to do lots of easy laps on a clear track, session after session, event after event. Even if they stay in 'Novice'.

I'm talking about track use here because this thread is about both street and track requirements., Street use only, base brakes are fine.


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Here's the 1.3 mile course I do.. back stretch (1/4) can get 115+mph. Base brakes seem to hold up fine? Could prolly use some better pads though. It's a weird layout lol.
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How are you liking these brake discs? Do you notice any improvements compared to stock discs? Any pad material plugging the disc holes? I’m thinking about buying them, mainly for the purpose of weight reduction. I have the stock GT brakes and 18” wheels.
 

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