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Hey everyone, this week I received my pads from Endless and I installed them this morning, with a set of new rotors on the front and back, drove around all day normally and I finally tried them about an hour ago.
All I can say is WOW and WOW.
I think the car stops at least 20% better then with the OE Brembo.
Are they expensive, yes and worth every penny as far as I`m concerned.
I`m sure they will destroy the rotors in no time, but I guess it is a small price to pay.;)
 

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I think one of the biggest questions is whether they dust less than the stock pads. Also, how much were they?
Almost no dust, and the price was too much.
Just the shipping was $140 if I remember correctly.
Was it worth it?
I think so, it has been too cold for the past 2 weeks to be able to judged them properly.
Will let you know after the 29th of this month (track day at Mosport)
So far , I think they are the best pads I have ever tried so far, and I have tried a few.
 

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In y case I have AP rotors and calipers on two of my cars and they are worth every penny. I have Performance Frictions pads though, a lot of brake dust but the damn thing works. At no time do I fear that my brakes will fail me during track days. I don't mind the dust knowing that the pads are getting worn out as opposed to the rotors.
The weight diff between the Brembo caliper and the AP alone is enough reason to go AP. I'm still happy with my OEMs but in my case AP will surely be my direction should I feel the need to change.
 

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In y case I have AP rotors and calipers on two of my cars and they are worth every penny. I have Performance Frictions pads though, a lot of brake dust but the damn thing works. At no time do I fear that my brakes will fail me during track days. I don't mind the dust knowing that the pads are getting worn out as opposed to the rotors.
The weight diff between the Brembo caliper and the AP alone is enough reason to go AP. I'm still happy with my OEMs but in my case AP will surely be my direction should I feel the need to change.
Where can I get the AP rotors?
 

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I got mine in Hong Kong but you can get them over there, many high performance shops carry them. If you've got nothing better to do, go to place which sells both put a 4 pot Brembo caliper on your hand and an AP on the other and see the diff.
 

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One of cars which I placed the APs on is a six cyl Camry because of it lousy OEM brakes. The other set is on an Evo7. Are there nonne for any of the ISs?
 
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