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dea7hr0w Oct 9, 1:11am - #52173 
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brake pads

hey guys im looking for new brake pads for my gt, but i have the AEM big rotor kit on my car... any links and/or sites wave in mind ? thanks guys/girls!
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RicePowered Oct 9, 1:12am - #52174 
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EBC Green or Hawk HPS pads.
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SR71 Oct 9, 1:14am - #52175 
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If you have the BB kit with stock caliper relocator the toyota pads work great I had the EBC green pads on the same kit but put the toyota ones back on

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dea7hr0w Oct 9, 1:19am - #52176 
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where can i find the ebc brake pads ? and how much ?
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Steven Oct 9, 6:02am - #52177 
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Elec-FuYu Oct 9, 6:15am - #52178 
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Tiresrack.com got the EBCs
i bought my green stuff from them
havnt installed yet...so cant tell you how it performs thumbsup

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trog2233 Oct 9, 12:08pm - #52179 

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TRD pads are nice...thats what i got and i love em thumbsup
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Gen7fan Oct 9, 1:00pm - #52180 
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Originally Posted by RicePowered
EBC Green or Hawk HPS pads.


tirerack.com or performancecenter.com
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RicePowered Oct 9, 1:10pm - #52181 
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Originally Posted by Gen7fan
Originally Posted by RicePowered
EBC Green or Hawk HPS pads.


tirerack.com or performancecenter.com


hey, you ever get yours ???
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Gen7fan Oct 9, 1:24pm - #52182 
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Not yet, I decided to put them in at 30K when I put it in for service. I waited this long so whats another 10k miles (thats like a few months for me) of waiting. It will happen, oh yes. BTW how are yours doing, great I'm sure.
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nyc_gts Oct 9, 1:26pm - #52183 

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I just put ebc on my gts this weekend. I don't know because they are new but damn they stop on the dime. I love them. I stop to early now
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RicePowered Oct 9, 1:28pm - #52184 
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Originally Posted by Gen7fan

Not yet, I decided to put them in at 30K when I put it in for service. I waited this long so whats another 10k miles (thats like a few months for me) of waiting. It will happen, oh yes. BTW how are yours doing, great I'm sure.


Oh yes, it's definiatly a difference now that everything been broken back in. I'd say it's about the best you can do without changing the caliper.


Oh and I'm surprised about how little brake dust I get now ... much better than stock.
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Gen7fan Oct 9, 1:34pm - #52185 
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Originally Posted by RicePowered
Originally Posted by Gen7fan
Not yet, I decided to put them in at 30K when I put it in for service. I waited this long so whats another 10k miles (thats like a few months for me) of waiting. It will happen, oh yes. BTW how are yours doing, great I'm sure.


Oh yes, it's definiatly a difference now that everything been broken back in. I'd say it's about the best you can do without changing the caliper.


Oh and I'm surprised about how little brake dust I get now ... much better than stock.



I expected nothing less. 30k, I plan to come out of that service (not with toyota) with exhaust, brakes, gauges, and maybe a bit more. God Damn I can't wait, ahhhhhhhh!
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