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Endless make less noise. Should I get the st or spring for the st60? Lieutenant Colonel. Swapping certain pads back and forth can cause major squeal. I am not sure about keeping the OEM rears. Confidence is a huge factor when pushing to the limit.

Remember Me? Hey all, apologies if this was covered already, can't seem to find stoptech st40 bbk info with my own search.

No noises from the pads and ready for a lot of trackdays and daily driving. As to your question about running OEM rears maybe someone with experience with these can chime in. Now the deal hunting begins! Or is this route a terrible stoptech st40 bbk as the rears will melt while the fronts will be fine?

Ya I'm starting to think just village hours traders houston the whole thing is the best idea. I consider them to be equal in performance. Obviously they will give you more confidence than the 4's.

If you are more stoptech st40 bbk, get the BBK and get moderate pads. A little late but I think the ST40 is a better choice since you have the option to use almost any 18" wheel and some 17"s.

Nice breaks, incredible difference compared to stock I have DCT pads. HP is also an authorized StopTech dealer. Very hard trying to keep it civil but get the performance I think I want.

We'll see I'll probably post a review after i get chance to test em out.

Since I want to get into more tracking, I want the brakes to outperform me so I never have to worry. Its hard to balance track-oriented mods while keeping them tolerable on the road. Get the Pagid RS29 yellow all around and you will love it. Yeah pads are a bit more expensive but who cares when you're already spending k on these, what is a couple hundred dollars more. Appreciate 0. Thus I'm thinking a BBK is a good investment. The ST street pads that come with the kit aren't bad for light use but you'll eventually want to get a good high temp pad at some point. If you keep them, swapping pads would be necessary to keep close to the power of the new fronts. Well said, I agree its very tricky, hence I need help deciding! I was also told that you'll never regret going with 60's but you might when you go with 40's. E92's are so heavy and front engine so the front brakes are absolutely essential for high speed braking zones. Brigadier General. Performance wise, 60 and 40 are very similar but I wanted 6 pistons for the cool factor and looks. As um running ST40 all around, too and my car is a track only tool. Its a fine line. Based on feedback from friends and people on here I'm gonna be very very happy with them. Later pagids RS29 or endless ME20 are really good rotor friendly track pads. One site I found outlined why I was leaning towards stoptech vs brembo etc. For over an extra grand for a bigger rotor I'm not convinced. First Lieutenant. I just placed an order for the ST60 and I was in the same boat as you, what to go with 40 or 60? I feel like they should be good enough to not melt considering how big the rotors all, and how I'm not good enough to max out the kit yet lol As I get better maybe I can start swapping pads, much easier with the fancy bbk bridge design. I tried and then decided to make it a track car. Originally Posted by edwinm3. Go big or go home right? I know this is a super objective question, but any recommendations on pads for this kit? The good thing about the ST street pads is you can find them pretty cheap. Yeah, not a lot of 18s will clear the ST60s. Arrived via freight 2 weeks after. I'll always be wondering "would I be faster with the bigger brakes? Tomorrow will be my first day at the track with the ST, I'll know then if it was a good decision or not. I've decided to go with a st40 front then maybe a st40 rear later. F10 M5 6. I used stop tech street performance pads with stock calipers. I have the trophy 6-piston front and 4-piston rear. I did it for weight, talking with others at the track, and just personal preferences. Whenever you step up to R-Comps As for pads? Like a PF01 except they cost less. Thanks for all the input! I'm sure I'll regret it later if I don't get the 60's. I wanted the unsprung weight savings. Since you are only doing 5 track days a year and its a DD it makes the decision tricky. They are very close in price to stoptechs and probably offer better value for a track only car For pads, I'm going to try the street performance until I get comfortable with the new setup, then maybe go for the stoptech sr34 or pagids thanks bigjae! Originally Posted by lukester. My first track day isn't till first week of March so no idea how they do on track yet. Thanks for the input. I personally went with ST front, will eventually get ST rear, but need to stay within budget. Originally Posted by Notnug. They're also stupid expensive for no benefit from what I can tell. Like you said, the OEM brakes give you very little confidence. I'm not satisfied with the brakes on the e92 M3. I'm going yellow calipers because it'll look cool with my yellow paint, even if its probably ill advised re: track temps turning the paint brown. If you are really cursing and getting fast around the track I would say swap pads. Major General. I didn't go AP racing, despite them being killer according to everyone because they're way too race focused for me. Maybe I'll try the stoptech performance pads the kit comes with and see how it goes. Originally Posted by bigjae Originally Posted by TrakBch. Hope this helps a little. I worked with Nerwyll Trinity and he was great Look at the last page of that thread above I posted some pics of my car after I put em on. Originally Posted by SpiralOut. Finding info on brembo was so hard I gave up. Originally Posted by r53s65e You don't know what deal you will find. I hear st60 size is super common at least. Originally Posted by KmndntKlink. They tend to go very fast but can handle temperature much better than stock or brembo OE pads that produce deposits and judder. I've got 3 prs just laying around if someone where looking for some I've decided on centric AKA stoptech slotted st Front first, save up for rears later so they'll match. I just bought my BBK from these guys. They matched the lowest price I got quoted from a few other vendors. I went st40 because st60 is overkill IMHO unless you're racing full time.