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time for a brake

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by coma09, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. Aug 6, 2009 at 7:48 AM
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    coma09

    coma09 [OP] Senior Member. Hey, what's That supposed to mean?

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    Putco led map light bulbs, bed mat, Xiang trifecta tonneau, blackout front emblem, paint tow hoop, led bed light strip, scan gauge II, debadge, buff paint, oem fog light kit, 1000w inverter, Viair 300P compressor, Contura V dash switches, chop last L bend from exhaust, remove charcoal air filter, extinguisher, mag light, Ss side steps, kayak rack, tailgate security, bed mat security
    Well the brakes in my 09 are good. However they're not awesome.
    Anyone done an upgrade on a 2wd? Curious as to brands and amount of improvement.

    Planning slotted or slotted/drilled (or dimpled) rotors and ceramic pads.
    Did this on my Pontiac Vibe. Huge difference...... Initial bite was an incredible change from stock. Braking in general was much improved.
     
  2. Aug 6, 2009 at 7:50 AM
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    mjp2

    mjp2 Living vicariously though myself Moderator

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    Scaffolding and a painted grill
    Call Edwin at RaceShopper.com and order some Hawk pads and SP Performance slotted rotors.
     
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