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BBK Discussion
« on: August 05, 2016, 08:17:11 PM »
To go BBK or just a simple disc/pad swap from stock? Any added benefits other than looking awesome if i don't go to track?

Some Taiwanese BBKs are going for a bargain now (1k+).. Extremely tempting!

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Re: BBK Discussion
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2018, 11:00:16 PM »
Reviving this topic for the benefit of others.

I find BBK most useful on NSHW and it brakes wonderfully from High Speed but I can't say the same for city driving. In fact, in my honest opinion, i find that the stock single pot caliper response faster than a 4pot caliper when I first tap the brake.

Taiwanese BBK are value for money but I do know how well they perform on track although in Taiwan, the taiwan brands always enter races using their own product.

Unless u are a frequent Speedster who likes late braking, BBK is a good upgrade. If not start with better brake pads, followed by performance rotors and lastly BBK.

 

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