- Nov 7, 2017
- Reaction score
- Stockton, Ca.
if you really want noticeable increased stopping power you will need to upgrade, about the cheapest option out there (price goes up exponentially from there)I'm actually contemplating going with the rotors, they appear to be the same diameter so would the calipers be required?
This is the part# I came up with for mine, for the rotor.
is the Bear erradispeed which is $650+ per axle, 15" rotor's (for the front) with bracket adapters for the stock calipers, pads not included. The erradispeed rears are 14"
I put them both on my 12 and yes there is now a very noticeable difference compared to anything else I have ever used. It's probably also worth noting I drive like a maniac so brakes matter, yet no I don't want to drop 4k plus on brakes alone so the above was the best bang for my buck.
I tried a few different combos of pads and rotors in stock size and really saw no noticeable gains
my best recommendation for stock size "front" rotors are these. they will fit and work on your 12
they are the only rotors I have seen that are both drilled and slotted and drilled on the hat, they are marketed for the PPv only.
powerstop ar82132xpr, they are made by powerstop from OEM rotors (reverse engineered)