Originally Posted by STALKER
Not trying to be an ass, but how can you conclude this is a great track set up with out actually have done numerous track days on it??? Doing a dozen 60-0 stops is not the same thing. Thats how most of us bed our pads in before a track day or pad swap.
Again, not trying to come down on you or this product...lets just get some good reliable info.
+1 - until this setup has been on a track that's hard on brakes it's impossible to conclude by driving on the street that it will perform well on the track.
Brembo, AP, StopTech, and PFC all use steel (Ti in some applications) pistons so which E9x M3 BBKs use Alum pistons in their caliper designs?