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Old 02-18-2012, 05:52 PM
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I'm 31 and from Gainesville, Ga. I have a 2003 Miata. I just did my first hpde in December at Road Atlanta with NASA. And now I'm hooked!. I'll also being doing the March Road Atlanta event with NASA. The car has the following mods:
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RB Header
RB Power pulse muffler
Roadstersport midpipe
Koyo Rad 37mm
Exedy Stage 1 clutch kit with Exedy flywheel
6ul's blk 15x8
Rs3's
Koni sports with ground controls 375/250
RB FSB 1.25
Timing belt was changed back in November and the car has 68k miles
RB endlinks.
Hard dog rollbar
Corbeau Forza seats


I also have a Goodwin brake kit that I haven't installed. Can't decide if I want to go ahead and install it or if I just want to use better pads.
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How-dee neighbor, from Hoschton.

The sport brakes are by far the best of the factory NA or NB brakes, but they're much heavier than the Goodwin BBK, and the pads are more expensive. I'd install the BBK without hesitation or regret.
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How-dee neighbor, from Hoschton.

The sport brakes are by far the best of the factory NA or NB brakes, but they're much heavier than the Goodwin BBK, and the pads are more expensive. I'd install the BBK without hesitation or regret.
Cool. Thanks for the advice!
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