Posted 14 December 2012 - 09:22 AM
Hi all, quick question for those who have most likely already been down this road well before me: So i just purchased my 2007 SGT this last June (yea me!)... Car had brand new tires already installed when i took it home. I am looking into upgrading the brakes, but from what I am reading, almost all options look like they will require new wheels. I have been browsing ebay and other mustang forums for some gt500 take offs (brembos), looked at the SPP brake kits... I have seen some take offs for $800, but looks like i would then need new wheels.
What is recommended to keep the wheels that came with the car and improve the brakes? Could one just get better rotors and pads? thanks in advance!
edit - it is a daily driver for the summer, not tracked (although I may take it to BIR once or twice this summmer???)
Edited by tbarb169, 14 December 2012 - 09:24 AM.
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