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Old 10-17-2005, 08:29 AM   #9
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1999 SL1
Default Re: For those with rear-disc conversion

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Originally Posted by Vertigoomg
What pads you using for front and back? How were your experiences with ceramic, semi-metallic, and carbon respectively?

***this info is only if you are actually trying to increase performance, not make your car look cool***


1) if you're racing and are poor, use stillen metal matrix pads with cheap autozone rotors. (careful in the wet, they don't work so good then)

2) don't mess with cross drilled or slotted rotors. they suck. it's like taking a race tire and carving a tread into it.

3) change your pads and rotors at the same time. don't mess with old rotors, chuck them as far as you can.


that is all for now...


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