I have a 94 GT with full bolt-ons (exhaust - including recently installed LTs, air induction, suspension), gears, and rebuilt 302 bored to 306 with Trick Flow top end kit. I also upgraded the radiator recently. Now I am thinking about upgrading the brakes for better stopping power.
For the amount of power I'm making, I don't know if I need something like the Brembo and Wilwood kits. I've done a lot of forum searching and it appears that Cobra brakes are a good, lower cost option. Specifically, I found this kit on LMS. It includes everything for the front and calipers for the rear.
A couple of questions:
Do I need to consider anything in terms of fitment (besides having 17" wheels or larger - which I do have)?
I've read that some people upgrade the master cylinder with Cobra brakes. Should I?
I've read that some people just keep stock rotors and pads on the rear. Is this recommended? Would the rear calipers from this kit work with stock rotors/pads? Are stainless steel lines a good idea for the rear as well?
Any other suggestions?