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Hey guys, not too long ago I upgraded to 6 piston wilwoods only to the front to the car. Budget was tight so i did not go for the full kit. A little time has passed and Ive come across a deal for the 4 piston rears, and would like to find out if i will increase my braking performance significantly to justify another $1,200 ish or not. to be clear the kit uses srt factory rotors (14.25” and 13.8”) along with tce’s custom brackets.



Let me know what your guys thoughts are, thanks
 

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Then get some police pkg Daytona caliper brackets and rotors.

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The fronts do 75%+ of the braking. Do you need the extra performance? Found the current setup lacking?

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The fronts do 75%+ of the braking. Do you need the extra performance? Found the current setup lacking?

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Not lacking at all. Miles ahead of the factory system I removed, but i do feel that it still has some fade pretty early on and I suspect the rear is failing and expanding the lines enough to give me a dead pedal sometimes.
 

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Ahhh, just wondered if it was a matter of "want", or "need". $1,200 is an expensive want, especially coupled with your outlay so far ;) SS lines already?

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