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Finally finished installing the custom coated Midwest performance calipers (went with a brighter red to keep with the theme of the car), and the DBA drilled/slotted rotors from JHP and of course upgraded the brake pads.



 

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MidwestPd said:
Wow, that is one mean GTO.
Agreed!

Hey jjw3477, so how does the braking feel now? It is an interesting combo you have chosen.

Let us know your thoughts.

Regards,
Mathew.
 

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Those look just like 05-06 GTO calipers....?
 

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Yes they do. Are you trying to play a trick on us...hmm?
 

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Ahhhhhhh
 

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with this combo this thing wants to stop on a dime i have to be careful how hard i push on the brake pedal because this thing will stop in its tracks which is fine for all these crazy drivers down here in miami, i am glad i made the move.
 

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JJW - Looks great - what Pads did you go with ? Is that the new Midwest Alum. front splitter in Black on your front chin ? :)
 

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Yeah, what pads did you go with?
 

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GvilleGTO said:
JJW - Looks great - what Pads did you go with ? Is that the new Midwest Alum. front splitter in Black on your front chin ? :)

Yes that is the Midwest performance fronter splitter on the cars chin. I got the Bendix performance street pads from JHP also.
 

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Not to thread jack, but we can arrange that. Start by clicking here...

:stickpoke

lol, no problem Brandon
 

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Yes, the main difference is from his new Bendix pads, and from his new DBA rotors.

Certainly a very good combination compared to stock pads and rotors.

Mathew.
 
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