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Old 09-12-2019, 09:43 AM   #701
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They are Wilwoods.
Correct, I'm not saying that they are not wilwoods. I'm asking if any of you have removed the RR racing metal plate on the caliper itself. I'm wondering if the caliper physically says wilwood underneath it
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Correct, I'm not saying that they are not wilwoods. I'm asking if any of you have removed the RR racing metal plate on the caliper itself. I'm wondering if the caliper physically says wilwood underneath it
I didn't realize it was a plate. I thought it was just painted like the wilwood is.
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Mine appears to be a plate. Looks like it's just glued on
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Correct, I'm not saying that they are not wilwoods. I'm asking if any of you have removed the RR racing metal plate on the caliper itself. I'm wondering if the caliper physically says wilwood underneath it
I didn't realize it was a plate either. I will have to take a look.
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It's a plate glued on the caliper, behind the plate there is the wilwood logo

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I didn't realize it was a plate either. I will have to take a look.
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I definitely don't have that plate. I can't say tho. I got mine used.
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Anyone running the Front Sport Kit with Stock Rears. Thoughts on Pad combo's. I got the BP20's which I hope was not mistake based on what I am reading in this thread. Rears I am looking for a good pair... maybe W3's or Hawk Plus or EBC Yellows
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Anyone running the Front Sport Kit with Stock Rears. Thoughts on Pad combo's. I got the BP20's which I hope was not mistake based on what I am reading in this thread. Rears I am looking for a good pair... maybe W3's or Hawk Plus or EBC Yellows


Try a hawk performance + pad in the rear. They work amazingly with my stage 2 front.
As for the bp20 pad, I could ask for a little more bite, but they’re cheap options that last a good while on an extremely demanding brake track (my home track). I’ve never had brake fade issues and they lasted way longer than stock caliber pads that cost 3-4 times as much


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Anyone running the Front Sport Kit with Stock Rears. Thoughts on Pad combo's. I got the BP20's which I hope was not mistake based on what I am reading in this thread. Rears I am looking for a good pair... maybe W3's or Hawk Plus or EBC Yellows
During my track days I'm running the ferrodo ds1.11 on the front with my stage 2 Kit and I'm running carbotech xp10 pads in the rear on stock rear rotors and calipers
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Anyone running the Front Sport Kit with Stock Rears. Thoughts on Pad combo's. I got the BP20's which I hope was not mistake based on what I am reading in this thread. Rears I am looking for a good pair... maybe W3's or Hawk Plus or EBC Yellows
BP20's up front are not bad on the track, especially given how cheap they are. Not a huge amount of bite and a little squishy, but no issues with fade (on a stage 2 kit, at least). Seems relatively easy on the rotors. Be prepared for plenty of squeal and dust on the street.

For the rear pad, I'm using XP10's. No problems there. I've always liked that pad on this car though.
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I am gonna give ebc yellows a try as I got a deal

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I've used DS2500, EBC Yellow and again DS2500 on DBA plain rotor. The EBC were inferior performance wise but absolutely quiet

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