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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuntman View Post
    You need a track pad like an 01 or 08
    the part number I listed is the only one they make for my application

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    Quote Originally Posted by robburgoon View Post
    I'm frankly shocked the car didn't try to kill me if it was on a HPS style pad. I probably wouldn't have driven it at all if I knew that going into it, haha.
    lol! If the HPS are a 5 out of 10 and the bendix are a 10 out of 10, the performance friction are probably a 6... I think the bendix fleet metloks kick ass and if the performance friction gave you better braking than you expected to have in my dig ol car then I think you will be blown away at how much better the bendix are.. they will exceed your expectations as much as my car did.. and they're only $42!!! the HPS were $84 and the pfc were $60...

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    Remember, its not about high brake torque, its about still having torque as it gets hot.

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    the bendix take less pedal pressure the hotter they get.. and take a lot of pressure before they get hot

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    Quote Originally Posted by slodrew View Post
    Hit me up if you're going to be driving through San Luis Obispo and want to try and meet up.. You know the very first "motel" or "motor hotel" in the world, "The Motel Inn" was/is here in San Luis Obispo and it was established as the perfect half-way point to accommodate motorists that were traveling between Los Angeles and San Francisco
    I should have...today we came back on the 5 and the road construction sucked big time. Big stretch of super-slow (like stop and go) construction traffic north of Lost Hills. Not to mention is was hotter than Satan's underpants in a strip club.

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