Hi Guys: I have neglected the brakes on this flying pig long enough and wanted to know what you guys think I should do so this thing does a better job of stopping. Right now we have stock brakes on a car that has had just about everything else optimized for canyon carving and road course work. It's a 2008 GT500 with an Autopower 6 point bar, a gutted interior, Kirkey race seats. The engine has had a giant heat exchanger put in to deal with keeping it cool at the track (which is does) and a bigger TVS super charger off of a later GT500. We installed a giant intake too and did a dyno tune. I've got 18" squared set up on there with Nitto NT01 tires of equal size for the street. We've got Conti branded SuperSpeedway Hoosiers for track stuff. We did all new upper and lower control arms, and ST Coilovers that are amazing. Anyway- I knew the car needed brakes- but we just filmed a little piece for "The Smoking Tire" and the host scared the hell out of me- really really pushing the car on the canyon roads in Angeles forest-- and it was clear that I need to up the stopping power. I'm not going to get bigger wheels to clear bigger brakes- nor do I want to spend a million bucks- but what would you guys recommend? Can I get away with just pads and rotors? Should I keep the stock Brembos in front and do something else in the back? How are Wilwoods? How about just doing pads, rotors, and steel brake hoses? Thanks for the help!