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    as the topic states i have just got myself some ae86 jdm calipers and slotted and vented rotors i would like to know the best pads for the best price i don't really want something that's harsh on my discs but will pull up quick and can handle high temps cheers all for the feedback you can provide
    the dyno pull to 300rwkw

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    QFM HPX is good for the price, love the trd blue street pads tho
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    hmm part numbers or places i can get these pads from?
    the dyno pull to 300rwkw

    BT20v is making 300rwkw like i said i would without nitrous so now its time for some spray and see if she will run a 10s or less

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    i use project mu type nr for the front and project mu d1 spec for the rear.

    first time i slammed them on almost sent my exgirlfriend thru the window. they are really killer but really would only recommend them for track.

    as for the rears they lock up instant stylez when riping the handbrake. would def recommend them any time

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    quite exxy tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by H8CHIR6KU View Post
    i use project mu type nr for the front and project mu d1 spec for the rear.

    first time i slammed them on almost sent my exgirlfriend thru the window. they are really killer but really would only recommend them for track.

    as for the rears they lock up instant stylez when riping the handbrake. would def recommend them any time
    well handbrake lock is what i want but for the front i will be treating my car on the street like i would on the track so street and track would mean the same thing to me i have looked at the project mu pads what part number are they and how do the jdm pads differ from adm or are they the same? is it just the calipers that are wider? cheers all
    the dyno pull to 300rwkw

    BT20v is making 300rwkw like i said i would without nitrous so now its time for some spray and see if she will run a 10s or less

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    if you always gonna drive hard then type nr pads would be good. theyre not cheap tho. bout 180 for the front and 140 for the rear. and they quite noisy when cold too.

    part numbers: fronts=type nr f186. rear=d1-spec r186

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    I used to run ferodo zero's on the front and they actually pulled up quite well, high high temps was their let down.

    I only got rid of them cause I did a bit of a brake upgrade and bought rb74 pads. The rb74 pads glaze quite easily (As you would expect from a race type pad being used on the street) but are still very good. Available through AJPS for about $170pr I think.

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    oh ok well what about brake shoes for a t series drum setup does any1 make a good set of shoes that lock up? lol
    the dyno pull to 300rwkw

    BT20v is making 300rwkw like i said i would without nitrous so now its time for some spray and see if she will run a 10s or less

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