I replaced my stock pads with Pagid RS-29's yesterday. These are the prototype pads and the fit was excellent so they should have retail pads available soon. Turns out the front pads also fit the Brembos on a Ferrari Enzo. The rear pads are from a current C7 Stingray. Turn your wheel so the back of the tire is sticking out so you can have easy access to the rear of the caliper. After you safely raise your car and remove the front wheel you'll want to dislodge the pad pins but do not remove them. Then loosen but don't remove both caliper bolts. Remove one and then install the longer caliper bolt. Do the same with the other bolt. I added some anti-seize as a lubricant and I'm also using it when I reinstall the stock caliper bolts. I also included a photo of some of the tools you'll need. From here you'll want to use your favorite piston spreader. A few of us recently purchased the Girodisc spreader and while it's overkill it works well! From the photo above you'll see I removed the rotor and the pads. The spreader does not have enough movement to fully recess the pistons so instead remove the rotor then use the piston spreader BEFORE you remove the pads. Then remove and replace the pads with your new stock or track pads. Then reinstall the rotor and slide the caliper assembly back over the rotor. Photo of the mondo cool bitchin Camaro Girodisc spreader and the equally cool Full Tilt Boogie tool for the rear pads. The pad tension clip stays in place. Next insert your new pads and insert the two pins. From here reinstall the rotor and then slide the caliper and pads over the rotor. Remove the long caliper bolts and reinstall the stock bolts. Torque the bolts and you're all set.