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    Brakes.

    So being unable to afford Willwood brake units for my sumo with getting a second mortgage, I'm going to try and improve the braking by different brake pads.

    Any suggestions??
    MKIII Pilgrim Sumo. 3.5 Litre Rover V8 Towing an Eriba Puck Caravan



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    Do you do track days.and are you running jaguar inboard brakes?

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    Do you have disks all round and a servo, if so, I doubt they'll get much better than that??
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    Craig Perry

    No, I'm not "repairing" it, I'm fine tuning its performance.

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    I use Green Stuff Brake pads from EBC. Made in Northampton I believe. They do various grades (different colours) , these are for road use rather than solely for track. Granada discs on the front, drums on the back.
    David (AKA Firestarter29)

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    Thanks for the suggestions
    MKIII Pilgrim Sumo. 3.5 Litre Rover V8 Towing an Eriba Puck Caravan



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