stick to OEM, can't go wrong :thumbsup:
Stoptech Stage 2 Kit for sure! Especially if your replacing pads & rotors
Check it out at modbargains
I think its $600 for Axis Ultimate Pade, Stoptech Rotors (you can get slotted or x-drilled), Stainless Steel Brake Lines, and new Brake Fluid.
It's my pending mod!
They're the same. The different color eases the flushing of your system. If you have original fluid in the car then switch to blue. Next time switch to amber. Alternate every fluid change and, wahlah!For the Brake Fluid...whats the difference between Blue and Amber? which is better?
Cross drilled looks good, but slotted performs better. More pad bite and it allows gases to escape during hard braking.Thanks for the suggestion.....is there any benefits with X-drill? whats the difference with that and Slotted in performance wise?
Thanks for advise TotumDependeate....this has been mentioned so many times before. the oem rotors/pads are very good for street. they are much better than what some of the other cars are manufactured with.
The rotors from turner are OEM, but the pads aren't. I have the metal masters which have slightly less bite initially than OEM but bites hard after that (equal if not better than OEM, with barely any dust)
I would definitely recommend getting the ultimates if you want to have a little bit more bite than OEM with less dust.
As far as the 325 rotor question, I'm not sure. Might want to just email the guys at turner.
If you don't mind the OEM brake dust and the pricing on tischer is similar, definitely buy them. I would've if it wasn't for the dust.
however I read that Axxis pads are not the greatest as durability is an issue...
From what Ive been researching is that Akebono Euros is the best out there for now...minimal brake dust and great grip...but that is only based on what I read...If anything ill get upgrade it to ultimate like TotumDependeate said for better bite....
Still a little on the fence here...
Your sig. is priceless...lolz
Where is the Crown of the rotor?i have the turner kit on my car and they are OEM not OE. just keep that in mind. Also, you need to paint the crown of the rotor cause mine is rusting like crazy and gets all over the barrel of the rim as well as the pad surface of the rotor when washing the car. granted, it goes away as soon as i hit the brake but its quite annoying. just something to keep in mind before installing.. id paint it... next time i definitely will before the install.