I switched from the Carbotech AX6 to their AX10 compound (front only) and
after 2 weekends I like them. Supposedly they give better grip when you
want it at the cost of higher rotor wear. Since I'm usually pretty easy
on the brakes I think it's a good tradeoff for when I really really want
to stop. Don
On Tue, 28 Dec 2010 13:05:10 -0500, Tony Drews <email@example.com> wrote:
> I use Carbotech AX6 compound pads with my Toyota calipers. Work great,
> no fade, easy on the rotors, no melted chunks of brake material embedded
> in the clearcoat on the wheels.
> Cheers, Tony Drews
> At 11:06 AM 12/28/2010, Walter Hollowell wrote:
>> On my 1970 TR6 vintage road racecar I am installing the 1989 Toyota
>> calipers. I have a set of high metalic brake pads by PBR part number
>> but I was wondering if any FOT members are aware of heavier duty pad
>> will stand up better to road racing?
>> Thanks For The Help.
>> Walt Hollowell
>> Albuquerque, NM
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