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    CelicaSupra.com Member CLToy's Avatar
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    I used EBC RedStuff pads before going to the BBK. The EBC was better than the standard junk out there but the BBK is a night and day improvement over an OEM caliper...even for a daily driver.
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    Well, to keep the conversation going I might as well mention these...

    https://www.carid.com/pbr/deluxe-bra...22408-pbr.html

    I'm not sure what availability is actually like for them now days. I bought a set in the early 2000s... I'm still running them and they have barely worn. They're ceramics and they pretty much don't dust at all, which you would think would mean they don't offer great performance. But that has not been my experience, I find them much grippier then stock and very predictable... in the dry anyways. Their one vice is they seem to wash out when they hit big puddles of water. Might be a deal breaker for some, but I kinda love them and haven't had any reason to try anything else. I've used them in probably over 40-50 autoxes and 2 track days, and driven to California and back several times, etc. They did quite good at the track days too, but this was at Mission Raceways, not the highest speed road coarse in the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SupraFiend View Post
    Well, to keep the conversation going I might as well mention these...

    https://www.carid.com/pbr/deluxe-bra...22408-pbr.html

    I'm not sure what availability is actually like for them now days. I bought a set in the early 2000s... I'm still running them and they have barely worn. They're ceramics and they pretty much don't dust at all, which you would think would mean they don't offer great performance. But that has not been my experience, I find them much grippier then stock and very predictable... in the dry anyways. Their one vice is they seem to wash out when they hit big puddles of water. Might be a deal breaker for some, but I kinda love them and haven't had any reason to try anything else. I've used them in probably over 40-50 autoxes and 2 track days, and driven to California and back several times, etc. They did quite good at the track days too, but this was at Mission Raceways, not the highest speed road coarse in the world.
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