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    Novice Member RU1N_STi's Avatar
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    I did goodridge phantoms and a Grimmspeed brace along with new fluid and it made a night a day difference IMO. Pedal is a lot firmer and better response. Didn't do pads and still noticed the difference.

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    I did my Stop Tech Brake Kit at the same time which was rotors/pads/SS brake lines, but I had Hawk HPS pads before, which are very comparable, I defiantly noticed a stiffer pedal feel over the stock lines, then I added a Perrin Master brake cylinder brace, and it completed it, I would suggest doing both for the best feel and least flex.
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    STI ones are what I have.

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