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brembo caliper
DS2500 pads
Brembo disc or something else good
Spacers maybee too?

Dont have alot of money right now,if i had i would go for the stoptech 330mm kit.
Even that i dont have much money to spend on breaks, i maybe have to put other stuff i want to do with the car on break and get breaks upgraded.

So have any tip for something new?
Was thinking of maybe 300-325mm?

Posting this in others commercial threads too :)

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I'm thinking of upgrading to 4 pot brembo's mate.

You could search for second hand ones off an integra DC5. A nice upgrade. Would need spacers with OEM alloys tho.

Plenty of posts on here about them.




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I'm thinking of upgrading to 4 pot brembo's mate.

You could search for second hand ones off an integra DC5. A nice upgrade. Would need spacers with OEM alloys tho.

Plenty of posts on here about them.




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Yeah, been looking some on ebay.
But though i would ask on this forum first :)
 

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brembo caliper
DS2500 pads
Brembo disc or something else good
Spacers maybee too?

Dont have alot of money right now,if i had i would go for the stoptech 330mm kit.
Even that i dont have much money to spend on breaks, i maybe have to put other stuff i want to do with the car on break and get breaks upgraded.

So have any tip for something new?
Was thinking of maybe 300-325mm?

Posting this in others commercial threads too :)

Thanks
The only kit 'off the shelf' using Brembo's is the DC5 kit. It requires a little modification to allow the S2000 disc to run true and central through the caliper.

The only kit similar that we sell, is our Stoptech Touring kit. Below is a link with up-to date prices.

http://www.civinfo.com/forum/abp-motorsport/97429-stoptech-touring-kit.html

The other option, of course is just upgrading the disc and pad compound which is considerably cheaper.

Something like this; http://www.civinfo.com/forum/abp-motorsport/96447-stoptech-replacement-discs-pads.html

Hope this helps,

Rich
 

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The only kit 'off the shelf' using Brembo's is the DC5 kit. It requires a little modification to allow the S2000 disc to run true and central through the caliper.

The only kit similar that we sell, is our Stoptech Touring kit. Below is a link with up-to date prices.

http://www.civinfo.com/forum/abp-motorsport/97429-stoptech-touring-kit.html

The other option, of course is just upgrading the disc and pad compound which is considerably cheaper.

Something like this; http://www.civinfo.com/forum/abp-motorsport/96447-stoptech-replacement-discs-pads.html

Hope this helps,

Rich
Oki, i see.

Is there any diffrent between DS2500 pads and stoptech's pads?
Maybe go for stoptech's disc and DS2500 pads?
 

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That's what I run mate front and rear along with stoptech braided hoses and rbf600 and the type r calipers. Has more than enough stopping power for me.
 

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Oki, i see.

Is there any diffrent between DS2500 pads and stoptech's pads?
Maybe go for stoptech's disc and DS2500 pads?

The DS2500 pads are a much harder pad compound, and therefore a lot harder
on discs and wear them quicker. They have a better bite and also cope with prolonged hard braking, BUT are twice the price of the Stoptechs. As Phil has said, for fast road driving and harder use, the Stoptechs are perfect. It's all down to personal choice and pocket depth ;)

Rich
 
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