Not a fan of the Raybestos pads and production issues are just part of the reason. The good thing about having KNS on here is Coby can obviously tell you his personal choices on pads and being aware of the ones that have production or supply delays is often important to know if hitting the tracks often. I have been running G-Locs ( as an example ) because they are reasonably priced , easy on the rotors ( I even use their most aggressive pad on the front ) and made right in Nascar country --- Mooresville, NC.
Regardless of what folks like, having an in on what products are often in short supply or seem to be slow in production can be an additional tool to decide on your purchase.
Carbotechs are ok, I've run them for several seasons. One day I killed the set at the track and bought what was immediately available from the vendor's trailer> A set of Hawk DTC 70's. Same day / same conditions I gained over .5 secs at Road Atlanta just because of noticeably stronger braking / increased confidence. They were less prone to overheating and ended-up lasting longer too.Hi!
I'm looking to purchase Carbotech xp12/xp10, is there a TMO specific discount or coupon?
First time purchasing, and wanted to ask before I checkout