G-Loc vs Pagid vs Raybestos

Discussion in 'Brakes, Wheels and Tires' started by kombo, Nov 28, 2018.

  1. Mad Hatter

    Mad Hatter Gotta go Faster

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    geezzz I thought the 295's were the skinny tires!!!
     
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    That’s completely possible. 275 in the wet, 285 dry
     
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    Ordered ST43's, last night. I'll bang them on as soon as they hit my front door. Next track outing is 6/7 @ Pacific Raceways. I'll report back with my thoughts and their comparison to OEM and the Pagids I just wrung out on stock 2 piece rotors.
     
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    mustang5o TMO Intermediate

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    I've run the ST45 front ST43 rear per recommendations from Porterfield. Liked the feel better than Carbotech and they lasted much longer. Will likely get them again for the 19PP2.
     
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    Have run the G-Locs and love the initial bite and the high temps they can tolerate, but I am hard on pads and want heat resistance. Run 18s up front ( both ends pre-bedded ) and 8s in the rear with solid modulation. Pricing is good and great service from Optimum Performance - nice to work with someone who actually has a car like ours and can cover what might work best for each driver's requirements?!
     
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    This agrees with what I recently heard elsewhere.


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    Update on my experience with ferodo. Dsuno
    OUTSTANDING.
    firm pedal. Awesome bite. And so far great wearing.
    My previous front pads were g loc r 16 and r12.
    Rear i still use r10


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