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      01-12-2018, 07:09 PM   #23
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I just ordered stoptech cryostop sport slotted rotors, stoptech sport pads, and stainless steel lines. I'll let you know how it compares to stock.
Do a flush too.
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Do a flush too.
Got them installed, Dot 4 fluid, steel lines, and cryo stoptech sport pads, cryo treated stoptech slotted sport rotors.

Overall braking feel is really good, no complaints, no fade after 10+ miles of hard driving.
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I'm ordering stop tech slotted and drilled what pads would you guys recommend?
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I'm ordering stop tech slotted and drilled what pads would you guys recommend?
I got akebono and I love them. Virtually no brake dust and feel similar to stock.
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Drilled and slotted rotors are tough on your pads. I see absolutely nothing wrong with OEM equipment, which by itself is already fit for track use if you can just find a way to ventilate the discs properly. Looks good, but otherwise they are pretty pointless.

Oh, and Steel brake lines are useless. Your stock lines are already lined with steel on the insides Id recommend just sticking to OEM and upgrade your brake fluid if you beat on your car.
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Drilled and slotted rotors are tough on your pads. I see absolutely nothing wrong with OEM equipment, which by itself is already fit for track use if you can just find a way to ventilate the discs properly. Looks good, but otherwise they are pretty pointless.

Oh, and Steel brake lines are useless. Your stock lines are already lined with steel on the insides Id recommend just sticking to OEM and upgrade your brake fluid if you beat on your car.
yep.... I'm with u on this 1. Plain old solid Zimmerman discs. ATE super blue racing fluid , and ferodo DS2500 or DS3000☺. Can't beat it.
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yep.... I'm with u on this 1. Plain old solid Zimmerman discs. ATE super blue racing fluid , and ferodo DS2500 or DS3000☺. Can't beat it.
Agreed. really any German OEM brake pad is great stuff. I have Textar on the front and while they are dusty, stopping power and pedal feel is great. I love zimmerman discs. I believe they are the same as Brembo plain discs.
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Agreed. really any German OEM brake pad is great stuff. I have Textar on the front and while they are dusty, stopping power and pedal feel is great. I love zimmerman discs. I believe they are the same as Brembo plain discs.
Yes this is absolutely true. Oem is no doubt the best. I.dont track my 335i but I do drive it like a track car. Lol. But even the track car guys swear by the solid discs for stopping power. But yes the textar pads are really exceptional ☺
But defo try the ferodo pads mate....they will eat ur discs and no doubt give u wheel dust but will stop u like nothing else. I always say...if I ever crashed my car and said to myself....why the fuk did I not just get the dusty pads....ie textar or ferodo rather than akenobo etc.... cause good pads will always stop u sooner...rarher than non dusty pads...its just the way it is. !!. But I suppose some people like shiney look alloys than braking power🙄. Lol
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Yes this is absolutely true. Oem is no doubt the best. I.dont track my 335i but I do drive it like a track car. Lol. But even the track car guys swear by the solid discs for stopping power. But yes the textar pads are really exceptional ☺
But defo try the ferodo pads mate....they will eat ur discs and no doubt give u wheel dust but will stop u like nothing else. I always say...if I ever crashed my car and said to myself....why the fuk did I not just get the dusty pads....ie textar or ferodo rather than akenobo etc.... cause good pads will always stop u sooner...rarher than non dusty pads...its just the way it is. !!. But I suppose some people like shiney look alloys than braking power🙄. Lol
Textar's dust like a motherfucker. lol. It's annoying when I have my winter set on because it bakes onto the wheel and becomes really difficult to take off (I just give up trying to keep them clean) but luckily it comes right off my summer set.
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Thanks! Rsoxs19
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Drilled and slotted rotors are tough on your pads. I see absolutely nothing wrong with OEM equipment, which by itself is already fit for track use if you can just find a way to ventilate the discs properly. Looks good, but otherwise they are pretty pointless.

Oh, and Steel brake lines are useless. Your stock lines are already lined with steel on the insides I'd recommend just sticking to OEM and upgrade your brake fluid if you beat on your car.
Thanks for the info but I wont be tracking my car just a little sprint driving here and there
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Thanks for the info but I wont be tracking my car just a little sprint driving here and there
Which means OEM is more than sufficient and the best overall choice for you
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