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post #1 of 6 Old 08-26-2005, 03:01 AM Thread Starter
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brake question.

which would perform better? (using for open track/autox.)


4 piston 12" wilwoods or 2 piston PBR 13".



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GO with the PBR's darn you!! You won't out grow them and the price is OH SO NICE!!

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PBR's. Best value for the $. I sometimes think brakes are one of those area's on mustangs where drivers just want to see how much money they can pour into the parts. Pay attention to the ducts, fluid and pads and the calipers will take care of themselves.

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the wilwood kit is $450 for rotors, calipers, spindles, hubs, and SS lines.

doing these would be cheaper then PBR's.

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But then he'd still have 12's instead of 13's, and yeah, that makes more than a bit of difference.
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PBR's. Best value for the $. I sometimes think brakes are one of those area's on mustangs where drivers just want to see how much money they can pour into the parts. Pay attention to the ducts, fluid and pads and the calipers will take care of themselves.
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