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Old 03-08-2011, 03:41 PM
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If you're looking to upgrade, I wouldn't use the red pads, it's the EBC 'base model'. I would recommend the greenstuff pads as you can put the 7000 series in the fronts and they last a LOT longer than either the redstuff or 6000series greenstuff pads. I run the greenstuff pads with my forged 22" rims and they have some serious bite while being quiet and no dust. The USR rotors are also good if you don't want the dimpled sports rotors.

Now might be a good time to upgrade your brakelines to stainless if you have the $$ to do it. Check out this site here if you're interested
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