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Power stop z16 kit yay or nay?

Hey guys just wandering your alls opinion on this kit. I have no idea how to link the site so hopes this works. http://www.autoaccessoriesgarage.com...Stop-Brake-Kit I need new brakes bad and I don't need some formula 1 brembo kit something looks nice and works a little better than stock. Thanks!!!!!


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Oops put this in wrong area anyone know how to delete?


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I'm assuming you're driving an R/T? Which year? Price looks about right for drilled/slotted rotors and pads. They have good reviews on Summit Racing......
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No review but those are pretty good prices imo
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I ran a set of slotted and drilled powerslots on a 04 mustang gt with GBC red ceramic brake pads a huge difference in stopping power. Screw paying big money for brembo's. Heck I had the red caliper paint but never got around to painting them. For a street car you don't need 17 inch rotors not unless you want to go road racing regularly on the weekends.

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Power stop on my 2010 SE they work great got mine for 200 ..
They cut water well and there is a difference between my old stocks..
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Idont think it's a Z16 tho


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They will be installed tomorrow and yes I do have an R/T I can't wait just gotta find a way to "bed" them in. (never done that before)


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Messton those looks great!!


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Right outta the box (kinda)


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