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Old 01-21-2008, 03:07 PM   #11  
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Default RE: How capable on a small Road Course is this car as it sits with these mods...

Brake stage 1: Hawk HP Plus pads(race only, not for street); High quality racing brake fluid such as Motul, Stainless Steel brake lines. You can use Hawk HPS for occaisional track use and full time road use.

Stage 2: Add brake ducts such as those from Quantum Motorsports

Stage 3: Add heavy duty rotors

Stage 4: Stop Tech or other high end Brake Kit (calipers and rotors)

It all depends how much you intend to race and the $ you have to spend.
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