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|09-21-2019 01:54 PM|
|God||This may be too late, but the brands Hawk, Ebc, akebono, and centric StopTech are the top aftermarket/racing brake manufacturers. Of these I have had the best results with Ebc redstuff pads. Usually 60-80 for a set though.|
|08-12-2019 11:08 AM|
|Engineoops||I've had good luck using cheep rotors and the good semi metalic or ceramic pads on cars. The hot rod rotors don't last as long as the cheep ones . so your an aggressive driver? That means you slam on the brakes at the last moment , good luck with brake life .eo|
|08-12-2019 10:12 AM|
Originally Posted by Chicago-Spike View Post
rubber expands... and cars has many feet of expanding rubber brake hoses.
not cheap.. but worth it...
if its $$$$
go steel braided hoses and Factory STOCK brake pads and rotors..
|08-12-2019 09:47 AM|
|rangers4u||Geez. Sorry I mentioned Wilwood. The OP was for AFTERMARKET suggestions, and all I did was offer 1. OP mentioned Brembo before I did Wilwood. High end chit either way.|
|08-11-2019 07:11 PM|
Originally Posted by Earl Riviere View Post
I've found 1A auto to be good as well. And great customer service when we got a bad regulator, sent one out and told me to toss the bad one.
As mentioned, I'd probably go stock on a Camry. Toyota is pretty good at engineering those and you may have forgotten how good they were new.
|08-11-2019 07:09 PM|
|08-11-2019 04:26 PM|
|Earl Riviere||Try Rockauto.com....Multi able choices for pads and rotors. Great prices, and receive in 4/5 days.|
|08-11-2019 02:32 PM|
|Chicago-Spike||No, I wasn't thinking Wilwood for this just a small upgrade to the OEM rotors and pads is all. I'm an aggressive driver so I'd like a little better pedal is all as long as I have to do brakes|
|08-11-2019 02:16 PM|
Don't waste money putting Wilwood on a Camry, please!
I would check out EBC or simply just get Napa's best.
|08-11-2019 02:01 PM|
|Harkon||Some cars come with weak OEM brakes. I'm not familiar with the Camery, but if the OEM brakes provided reasonably good service, I avoid spending too much extra for the higher performance, costlier replacements. Wagner Brakes offer great OEM replacements at pretty good prices. If you are looking for a performance upgrade then I think you're looking in the right direction. I find that for the couple of times you may have to do the brakes in a car, good OEM replacements provide the best balance of cost/performance/price.|
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