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EBC Stage 1-5 Brake Kits for Toyota's! All EBC brake parts heavily discounted for TW!

Discussion in 'Group Buys' started by Chas of MRT, Mar 14, 2014.

  1. 06HAOLE

    06HAOLE Well-Known Member

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    Parts showed up today! You guys are fast. I can't wait to install. I would this weekend but I will be on the Mojave Trail.
     
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    What would be the best kit for a tacoma running heavy armour and oversized mud tires?

    Also could I get a approximate quote for shipping to Alberta Canada T1W 2Z4?

    Cheers
     
  3. Chas of MRT

    Chas of MRT [OP] Total Automotive Performance

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    Great to hear and happy to be of service. :D

    Any of the kits that use the yellowstuff pads. Shipping on rotors and pads will probably run 80-100 via USPS. A box of pads only is about 40. Shoot me a PM with what you are looking for and I can work out something for you
     
  4. Justus

    Justus resident Apple Pie Monster

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    Stage 5 with braided lines, and an ABS kill switch as long as u are cabable of threshold braking. It can save ur life especially in the snow.... The ABS on these trucks is too overactive and will allow u to continue for meters while on the pedal when u only have feet to stop.
     
  5. Chas of MRT

    Chas of MRT [OP] Total Automotive Performance

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    ^^^ Good advice right there.
     
  6. Justus

    Justus resident Apple Pie Monster

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    thank you sir :)

    its done me quite well over the years.
    The stage 5 is great. No pulsing, very low wind noise (its a slot thing), little dusting (IMHO), great initial bite (unlike ceramics which need to be warm), quiet operation, great pedal feel (with all my mods atleast) and great fade resistance.

    Ill be getting these from now on.... Ive used various setups on different cars ranging from OEM on my tacoma and maxima, to brembo blanks and axxis metal masters on the maxima, to hawks and brembos on the tacoma, to the stage 5 and I am very happy.

    YOU MUST BED THEM IN....... stopping power will increase after a few weeks.... IM not saying they SUCK at first, but they only get better with some time.
     
  7. abceemike

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    I have a trd sport 4x4. I want the stage 5 kit, which one should i select? Only options are base and pre-runner.
     
  8. Justus

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    Select prerunner..... Look at the page after u select the stage 5 kit.... Look at fitment. U will see a note for 4x4.

    The part number u want is

    S5KF1347
     
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    Awesome thank you.
     
  11. Texoma

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    Chas, you be hookin' us T-Dubbers up.
     
  12. Chas of MRT

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    Thank you for all of the orders over the weekend.

    We can do Hawk, PowerSlot, Stoptech, and more! Just shoot me a PM if you want a quote on something other than the EBC kit!
     
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    Chas of MRT [OP] Total Automotive Performance

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    Thanks for helping out! :) If you guys ever have fitment questions you can always reference EBC's site.

    Anytime Texoma - I am just a truck guy like everyone else here and like for people to get good prices and parts.
     
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    U got it
     
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    Damn, too bad I cant afford this now. Stage 5 would be my choice, if I had the monies.
     
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    "More than you can afford pal, TACOMA" WeatherTech Floor liners (front and rear), AVS vent visors, OEM Bed Mat, TRD (oiled) air filter, OEM Front Skidplate, OEM bed extender brackets, black plasti dipped grill emblem, ultragauge plus model, remote start, reese hitch, Grom Ipod interface, quickfists on custom bedrail mount to hold axe/shovel, EBC stage 5 super street brake kit, rokblokz mud flaps, superbrightleds map and dome LED lights (warm white), rear diff breather relocation mod, redline tuning Elite stainless hood struts, AFE Mach Force XP 2.5" stainless catback, Ionic Soft Trifold Tonneau, pop&lock, OEM LED tail lights, 35watt reverse light mod, full synthetic fluids, and STEEKERS Adding 4pin receiver harness, an unmolested OEM bumper with tow package hitch, painting afe tip flat black
    Just ordered stage 5 kit! Thanks guys! Great price too, i remember seeing them somewhere else for almost $400. Amazing deal! So excited!!!! :goingcrazy:
     
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    Ordered Stage 5 yesterday. Excited to see how they handle all the extra weight I will have in the coming weeks-months. (front plate bumper, winch, full skids, sliders, rear H/C bumper with swingout)

    Matt
     
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    You will love them, they really bite great and never fade
     
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    U guys will love the stage 5

    Just remember they won't shine until they are bedded and broken in...... May take a hundred mikes to shine...

    I don't have much armor, but I do have the avid bar, sliders, a full toolbox, 75 series authorities (duratrac clones), and the truck stops great.
    I had hawk/brembos before, and as soon as I got the supercharger, I knew I needed better brakes.

    The ebc stage 5, S.S. braided lines, and ABS kill switch make for an impressive stop...... I just saved bambies mom a couple weeks ago on the freeway and left a good 100 feet of black stripes and a cloud of smoke.
     
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    I'm worried that Matt gets them bedded in right. He is having a shop install them, and they better not drive it and screw them up right after they install them. Matt needs to bed them himself and work in the feel.
     
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