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Wow this place is sure dead for the weekend. If anyone is interested in the Bilsteins let me know and I'll be in touch when I get home.
you could just buy some rotas or some sportmaxx for like $250-400 and fit the car better...i hate spending money on stock wheels unless i can just turn around and make money on themDoes any one have 2 14" factory 7 spoke wheels like the ones on my car here?
I ordered 2 from a miata used parts dealer and they were curbed so I need some rims ASAP.
If you have all 4 15" nb wheels I would be interested also. Please let me know my car is down till I get rims.
While you're not incorrect, you're also being a little impractical, IMHO. I run OEM pads and have never once had them fade on me, be it autocross or running down at Deal's Gap. For a street car, if fade is a real problem for you, your brakes are either badly maintained or you are going. too. fast.OEM pads are usually pretty good but seem to fade some under hard braking. The 1521 is said to have a bit better bite then OEM and a higher operating temp.
For 99% of us street drivers, OEM is fine. The Miata's brakes (especially with the NB hydraulic system) are quite sufficient.On the miata I cant say cause I dont think my front pads were OEM but most cars with stock brakes yes the OEM pads and rotors are totally fine and the best choice for regular driving. I just wanted to try something better but yet still good for street driving. Ive tried Hawks before also and really liked them on my camaro. I have not tried the centric rotors yet but the brembo blanks I think ae as good if not better then oem.
Actually for the good OEM pads its 75 dollars.Bryan thanx for the info! That sounds much cheaper to me!!!
Do you buy local or on the net? Thanx in advance!