changing brake system

hardcorecar

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wanna you guys out there...i wanna change my stock brake to new level soo how do i achieve it???plz help me out...:itsme:
 

Maxx

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u can:
change to better brake pad.
bleed n changed brake oil to new fresh oil.
fit bigger servo n pump.
 

Maxx

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no need change rotor if ur rotor still good n thick.
but if u want slotted/crossdrill, u can buy aftermarket n change..
 

Izso

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Whats your budget? If you got a big budget consider changing the master cylinder pump and go for 4-pot brakes
 

vr2turbo

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Many things can do, from pump, vacuum servo, disc rotor, drilled/slotted, brakes pads, caliper and so on....
 

vr2turbo

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go for 4 pot nissan or mitsubishi. but nissan cheaper & i heard bites more than mitsu ones.
I think depends on the mod. I remember my friend fitted Bigger brake from GTR into his SSS, say not too good...My Mitsu now better bite with Trestor Blue advantage over Bendix Metal King Titanium...
 

l2s_turbo

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You can think of toyota 4 pot also, just fitted to my suzuki swift..
 

ronaldindin

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I'm thinking of changing my brake pad to ceramic type. Some user commented that it'll produce some funny sound after long time of usage. please advise
 

katz79

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u can choose evo 3 twin pot. plug n play but must use evo lower arm.