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Thread: Evo front calipers and r33 rears. What pads would you use in the rear?

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    Evo front calipers and r33 rears. What pads would you use in the rear?

    I have EBC bluestuff NDX up front and standard rears but i am thinking of replacing them for something uprated. I cant get the Blues for the rears so its between the reds or yellows. What do you think? My braking is 65/35% ish iirc.

    Running 340hp on R888 and a heavy right foot.

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    speak to chris at conceptua about the stoptec pads he does they are great pads and he does a great price on them too

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    New yellow pads are pretty decent. I run them in my wilwood fronts and have had no issues.
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    I'd suggest orange in the rear if you can get them to try and keep up with the front.
    Or yellow then increase rear brake bias

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    I dont have adjustable bias so wanted something that would improove the rear braking but not be too much. I think id like to stick to EBC as i know the bluestuff work well for me. its out of red or yellow by the looks of it. Cant see orange listed anywhere.

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    Yellow mate, reds aren't for track.

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    I found I never put much wear on the rear of mine. I would imagine red or yellow would be fine.

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