Does anybody have it . How is it compared to stock. How much does it lower 100-0.
The stock brakes are very good. You wont lower your 100-0 time by running bigger brakes, however you will be able to keep a more constant stopping distance over many back-to-back 100-0 tests with larger brakes.les said:Does anybody have it . How is it compared to stock. How much does it lower 100-0.
So what "performance" was better on the street? There wasnt any.Steve Theodore said:I don't necessarily agree with the above post where actual performance is concerned, but he does have some things right. The stock Supra TT brakes are indeed very good, but I had a set of the 13" Brembo 4 piston caliper brakes on the front of my last Supra and they were noticeably better than stock in terms of both feel and performance, even at highway speeds.
The main thing you'll gain with one of these aftermarket systems isn't outright 60-0 or 100-0 braking improvement, but rather the ability to withstand more heavy use before fading. Whereas the stock setup may only be good for a few hard laps on a track before starting to fade, a larger aftermarket setup may last you twice as long before fading. All brakes will eventually fade after repeated hard use...probably even Porsche's new ceramic system.