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Old 10-27-2018, 02:45 PM   #5
Topless
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There is no *Best* as far as replacement pads and rotors. Finding a set that works well for your driving style at a price you can manage delivers good value. I have used Brembo, Zimmerman, Mahle, and Sebro rotors with little noticeable differences in performance. I prefer plain rotors over drilled and slotted rotors over plain.

For street pads, any OEM pad will work and some produce less dust than others. I used Texar and they were fine for street but did not stand up to high heat of track work. For a DD street car I would choose them again.
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