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Old 07-08-2015, 08:19 PM   #21
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Wilwood High Performance Disc Brakes - Brake Pad Compound: PolyMatrix E

If you're fast on a road course, these probably aren't quite up to snuff.
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Wilwood High Performance Disc Brakes - Brake Pad Compound: PolyMatrix E

If you're fast on a road course, these probably aren't quite up to snuff.
Agreed. I have already ordered the 11.75 kit, I'll be selling this kit to someone who has a bit lighter duty. Going to try some DTC60's
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Wow! Do you have a part number for those PFC rotors you are running or the specific line? looks like they have a few different options.
yep right here. Performance Friction Slotted Replacement Rotor - Late Model, Modified these will fit the TSE and the V8R kits.
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Agreed. I have already ordered the 11.75 kit, I'll be selling this kit to someone who has a bit lighter duty. Going to try some DTC60's
here try these. if you don't like them OG will buy you a set of hawks.
http://www.ogracing.com/performance-...ad-01-compound
as to why the DTC tq levels will change 25% from 200*-1400*. the pfc 01 TQ level will change 4% from 100*-1600*
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here try these. if you don't like them OG will buy you a set of hawks.
Performance Friction 7752.01.12.44 Racing Pad - 01 Compound
as to why the DTC tq levels will change 25% from 200*-1400*. the pfc 01 TQ level will change 4% from 100*-1600*
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A full set of PFC 01/11 for dynalite calipers front and 1.8 calipers rear is ~$30 more than a set of DTC-60s all around. As good as the DTC-60 is (I ran them for years), the PFC is THAT much better. Similar high torque but with smoother modulation, much better bite at low temp, and easier on rotors.
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A full set of PFC 01/11 for dynalite calipers front and 1.8 calipers rear is ~$30 more than a set of DTC-60s all around. As good as the DTC-60 is (I ran them for years), the PFC is THAT much better. Similar high torque but with smoother modulation, much better bite at low temp, and easier on rotors.
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They are really good with my V8R 11.75 setup.
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here try these. if you don't like them OG will buy you a set of hawks.
Performance Friction 7752.01.12.44 Racing Pad - 01 Compound
as to why the DTC tq levels will change 25% from 200*-1400*. the pfc 01 TQ level will change 4% from 100*-1600*
Damn about a day too slow, hawks are already shipped. I'll definitely give those a try after I burn through the dtc60s
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you shouldn't have issues going forward, but i didn't see if mentioned whether you have brake ducting. could be another option if you're not.
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