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I'm going on 3 years on the exact same breaks, and for a big break kit, I thought it was the best buy for the money. I purchased mine from Shelby directly when they were having a sale 3 years ago, and have been working flawlessly ever sense... Only hick-up I had, is they shipped the wrong pads with the set. Having an automatic means I use the breaks heavily when I drive spirited around the hills. I’m still on my first set of pads... 60% wear in 20k miles. I'd recommend them to anyone who has the money. They stop my 20" shelby razors very quickly... more then you need on the street I would say.

P.S. when you buy from shelby the breaks have shelby on them instead of baer... if your into that sort of thing, I had no idea until I got them... oh well they match my rims I guess.

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Actuallythe brakes in your picture are not the brakes being discussed here. Yours are two piston what was being discussed was 6 piston.

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Originally Posted by 908ssp View Post
Actuallythe brakes in your picture are not the brakes being discussed here. Yours are two piston what was being discussed was 6 piston.

Good catch, didnt notice that, even more reason to get the 6 piston IMO, as with just my little 2piston breaks did wonders on the street for me. :smilie

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