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brakes(what should i get?) #78221 Jan 7, 4:19am Jan 7, 4:19am
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hey ppol. i just wanna make sure what kind of brakes should i get. well im debating about brembo drilled or slotted rotors or AEM big brakes kit. cause i wanna change also the brake pads and i dont know wat come with the brembo and AEM kit. so help me guys about this, thank you!

Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78222 Jan 7, 6:38am Jan 7, 6:38am
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for the brembo big brake kit..you need at least 17" wheels. do you have aftermakets? if so, the big brake kit is the way to go.

Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78223 Jan 7, 8:39am Jan 7, 8:39am
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i like brembro better because it comes with calipers, doesn't it

Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78224 Jan 7, 8:43am Jan 7, 8:43am
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i have the AEM big brakes...if you want performance increase in brakes...Don't get AEM...they are mainly for looks...

Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78225 Jan 7, 10:53am Jan 7, 10:53am
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the brembo sport brakes are like $125-150 PER ROTOR.

The brembo big brake kit is like $4K, and you need 17"

you can get brembo oem style rotors, ebc green stuff pads, all for about $270 shipped, and it will work awesome.

If you want looks, go with rotora/powerslot thumbsup


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Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78226 Jan 7, 2:45pm Jan 7, 2:45pm
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Hawk or EBC street pads with EBC or Powerslot Rotors. Will cost you around $280, you can order from tirerack.com

I have Powerslot rotors with EBC "greenstuff" street pads.

BTW RicePowered has Powerslot rotors with Hawk street pads.

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Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78228 Jan 7, 2:53pm Jan 7, 2:53pm
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the green stuff pads work great~
i dont think you will need to get the big brake kit if you are only for daily driving. unless you love the looking~ lol


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Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: Gen7fan] #78229 Jan 7, 3:11pm Jan 7, 3:11pm
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Originally Posted by Gen7fan
Hawk or EBC street pads with EBC or Powerslot Rotors. Will cost you around $280, you can order from tirerack.com

I have Powerslot rotors with EBC "greenstuff" street pads.

BTW RicePowered has Powerslot rotors with Hawk street pads.


powerslot rotors are $100 a pop spineyes


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Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78230 Jan 7, 3:17pm Jan 7, 3:17pm
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Sure are, well worth it!! I think thats cheaper than stock from the dealer.

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the brembo oem style are only $22/$18 front/rear a piece.

Besides, all the slotted ones are good for is looks. If you are just a daily driver, the slots will only wear down the life of the pad.

You will not see any benefit to slotted rotors unless you ride your brakes hard for long periods of time, then you will notice less fade.

But, in daily driving, the stopping distance is reduced with slots, thanks to less surface area.


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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
the brembo oem style are only $22/$18 front/rear a piece.

Besides, all the slotted ones are good for is looks. If you are just a daily driver, the slots will only wear down the life of the pad.

You will not see any benefit to slotted rotors unless you ride your brakes hard for long periods of time, then you will notice less fade.

But, in daily driving, the stopping distance is reduced with slots, thanks to less surface area.



I have noticed a shorter stopping distance, they grab like a mofo. That might just be the upgraded pads, only time will tell.

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Originally Posted by Gen7fan
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the brembo oem style are only $22/$18 front/rear a piece.

Besides, all the slotted ones are good for is looks. If you are just a daily driver, the slots will only wear down the life of the pad.

You will not see any benefit to slotted rotors unless you ride your brakes hard for long periods of time, then you will notice less fade.

But, in daily driving, the stopping distance is reduced with slots, thanks to less surface area.



I have noticed a shorter stopping distance, they grab like a mofo. That might just be the upgraded pads, only time will tell.


it's the pads.

All the slots do is vent the gases from under the pad. You will notice a huge improvement on brake fade.

However, in daily driving, the reduced surface area of the rotor will cause a longer stopping distance.

That is, with the same pads. If you compare stock pads rotors to ebc pads/powerslots the pads make the difference thumbsup


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Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78234 Jan 7, 3:41pm Jan 7, 3:41pm
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So your saying EBC pads on Brembo OEM rotors could show the same results as EBC on Powerslot rotors.

I think I'm about to kick myself.

Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78235 Jan 7, 3:43pm Jan 7, 3:43pm
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well, the same results in daily driving.

if you take it to a track, and you ride the brakes hard for long periods of time, the powerslots will lessen brake fade, giving you the advantage thumbsup


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Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78236 Jan 7, 3:47pm Jan 7, 3:47pm
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I don't drag or Auto X, so I'm a tool box. I just wasted $156 Mother F'n dollars!!!!!!!!!

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I wouldnt considered it a waste.

Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78238 Jan 7, 3:51pm Jan 7, 3:51pm
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yeah, the look might be worth that. Hell there are plenty of parts for the celica that are just for looks that cost way more than that, park bench wing for example.

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thanks guys for the replies, i didnt really thought that many will give a comment. well i didnt really decided yet well i want the looks and the performance, i checked the tirerack.com and i was surprised with the prizes. well wat you guys thinks cause i drive 50 miles a day and im kinda hard on brakes. hehehe...lol! and i wanna be able to put my stock rims on winter time too you know.. well thanks again and hope you guys reply... thank you!

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Originally Posted by Gen7fan
I don't drag or Auto X, so I'm a tool box. I just wasted $156 Mother F'n dollars!!!!!!!!!


Don't consider it a waste, because I think they look SWEET.

I wanted them, but I can't justify the cost grin


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Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: DiabloGTS] #78241 Jan 7, 5:31pm Jan 7, 5:31pm
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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
the brembo sport brakes are like $125-150 PER ROTOR.

The brembo big brake kit is like $4K, and you need 17"

you can get brembo oem style rotors, ebc green stuff pads, all for about $270 shipped, and it will work awesome.

If you want looks, go with rotora/powerslot thumbsup


well, you can get the AEM big brake kit for a little over $500, but you still need 17" intensepower.com: aem big brake kit

and i don't know where your shopping for brembo brake kits, jameson, but you can get them for $2,279 here at autosportz.com: brembo big brake kit for celica '00+ (almost half of what you said)

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
the brembo sport brakes are like $125-150 PER ROTOR.

The brembo big brake kit is like $4K, and you need 17"

you can get brembo oem style rotors, ebc green stuff pads, all for about $270 shipped, and it will work awesome.

If you want looks, go with rotora/powerslot thumbsup


well, you can get the AEM big brake kit for a little over $500, but you still need 17" intensepower.com: aem big brake kit

and i don't know where your shopping for brembo brake kits, jameson, but you can get them for $2,279 here at autosportz.com: brembo big brake kit for celica '00+ (almost half of what you said)


brembo big kits in front and rear will set you back about 4K


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^^ yeah, well i guess if you want to complete the whole look of your car then that would be the way to go.

and yes, you are correct...wanst thinking about putting them on all 4s.

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
^^ yeah, well i guess if you want to complete the whole look of your car then that would be the way to go.

and yes, you are correct...wanst thinking about putting them on all 4s.


brembo rotors in the front, plus rusty rotors in the back rofl


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Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: DiabloGTS] #78245 Jan 7, 6:00pm Jan 7, 6:00pm
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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
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^^ yeah, well i guess if you want to complete the whole look of your car then that would be the way to go.

and yes, you are correct...wanst thinking about putting them on all 4s.


brembo rotors in the front, plus rusty rotors in the back rofl


i guess. but you can always paint the rear rotors to match that copper color.

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see i want to upgrade my brakes for reasonable prices too you know. as cheap as possible.

Re: brakes(what should i get?) [Re: celica0two] #78247 Jan 7, 9:36pm Jan 7, 9:36pm
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I always liked the look of Baer and I'm sure the performance will beat stock. But I am not sure if they make a kit for the 7th gen Celica either big brake or stock pads, rotors, or caliper combination. I'm sure they don't. Why not go for the over priced TRD big brake kit? There are many other combinations depending on money.

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I dont think BREMBO makes rear calipers for the GTS. They only make the fronts.

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^ They don't. You can get the front big brake kit which will set you back $2155 + shipping and get their rear brakes which are $165 + shipping a piece. You'll have Brembo's on all four and stop like a mofo

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Originally Posted by Gen7fan
Sure are, well worth it!! I think thats cheaper than stock from the dealer.


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Originally Posted by v3n0m
^ They don't. You can get the front big brake kit which will set you back $2155 + shipping and get their rear brakes which are $165 + shipping a piece. You'll have Brembo's on all four and stop like a mofo


yes, and after shipping/install it will be about $4K.

$270 shipped + $80 install for oem style rotors and ebc pads, and it stops hard enough to engage abs on dry pavement. that's all you need to do ( www.tirerack.com )


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i think there is one company that is coming out with a kit that replaces all 4 rotors, and all 4 calipers, and hawk pads, but i can't remember who it is. i'll try and find it, but i still think diablos find is better

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Stoptech maybe? They also make high quality big brake kits. I think TRD contracts them for their big brake kit.

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Originally Posted by celica0two
thanks guys for the replies, i didnt really thought that many will give a comment. well i didnt really decided yet well i want the looks and the performance, i checked the tirerack.com and i was surprised with the prizes. well wat you guys thinks cause i drive 50 miles a day and im kinda hard on brakes. hehehe...lol! and i wanna be able to put my stock rims on winter time too you know.. well thanks again and hope you guys reply... thank you!



I drive 140 miles a day, on my EBC/Powerslot set up, so far so good (more like much better). BTW I'm on stock 15's for the winter.

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