Originally Posted by wrc_fan
I run Russel lines as well.
I've been running HP+, but I wouldn't recommend them for a DD, they are very noisy until they get to operating temperature. No experience with EBC pads, but I think green stuff would be more than sufficient and more friendly for a daily driver car.
Russel or Goodridge should work fine. make sure you get the later design with teflon internals. Some guys might be dumping older stock on e-bay/elsewhere cheap.
When I started running the HP+ for autocross, I couldn't live without them on the street. Nothing beats a good set of brakes to avoid an accident.
Went through pads in about 12-15K, noisy, with disgusting black dust on the wheels.... I just didnt care, it stopped so good I refused to go back to a conventional pad.
213 whp / 160 wtq
D23 NA with stock intake and TB.
Inventor of "The $0 Thunder Throttle" & "Focuzdax-7" brake swap.
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