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Brembo Solid Front Rotors


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Zimmerman Drilled and Vented Front Rotors


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[b]ATE Rear Brake Pad Set[/b]

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ATE Super Blue Brake Fluid 1 Liter


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OMC Rear Brake Drums (Set of 2 180mm)


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Thoughts on brake pads: Mintex vs Pagid.
I'm going to be using them on my daily driver with autocross, rallycross use in mind.
 

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Thoughts on brake pads: Mintex vs Pagid.
I'm going to be using them on my daily driver with autocross, rallycross use in mind.
Pagid is OEM Supplier, so you can not go wrong with it at all. At the same talking, Mintex has always been on our top seller since they offer reliability on budget. In between 2, i personally stick to Pagid.
 
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