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    Anybody tried these? They have a MOT of 1400F which is comparable to other race pads but they are half the price. Someone give me a review on them, yay or nay?

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    I tried them. Pedal feel not too good. Stopping power were great once they heat up. Have to be very careful on the street when cold. These were one of worst cold stopping power pads I've tried. Oh, and they produce lots of large grainy dust particles.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mlk_f1 View Post
      I tried them. Pedal feel not too good. Stopping power were great once they heat up. Have to be very careful on the street when cold. These were one of worst cold stopping power pads I've tried. Oh, and they produce lots of large grainy dust particles.
      ah thanks for the input man, yea they wouldn't be a problem on the streets cuz I'll be swapping them in at the track.

      anyone else?

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      • #4
        lemons

        had them on the LeMons car. and they lasted 2 event. the tires that we used were street tires dunlop dz101. feel was good when heated up, may be a bit too good. cause we'd lock up tires very easily, nothing that a few laps to adapt couldn't cure. since race tires weren't allowed and we got the dunlops for free. at the end of the day there was quite a bit of dust, when pulling off the wheel you can see it pour out of the rim.
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        • #5
          I never ran race pads before because I use to drive an RSX and it wasn't too heavy. The hawk hp+ I used was more than enough for the job especially running street tires. With the evo, I manage to fade the hawk hp+ real quick even with street tires so I'm going to try using race pads now but the price is making my stomach turn. Price for EBC Yellowstuff looks good so I will go with those.

          Was it easy to modulate your brakes with these pads

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          • #6
            easy to modulate though we had to, or at least i had to keep the pressure light or else i'd lock' em. since our tires weren't up to snuff, we had to. the brake was more suited to a grippier tire.
            but as for price vs. brakes i think is well worth the money. a friend spent a lot of money trying different pads from project mu's to hawks. 85 corolla using r compound tires. pretty much burned up all of them. he finally came across a pad made by porterfield. it's a nascar spec pad that he had custom made and he's had no issues with them. well worth the money spent according to him.
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            • #7
              ^^^ DIE SPAMMER DIE !!!!!!!!!!
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