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Old 10-03-2015, 09:23 AM   #1
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Difference between these power stop brake packages? Anygood?

I am looking at these 2 packages from power stop, front and rear rotors and pads, which kit is the better one to go with? Are either good?

Mostly just a driver, once in a while may tow snowmobiles and quads around.

Normal driving is mixed between flat and hills.

Power Stop 1-Click Brake Kits | Power Stop

Power Stop 1-Click Extreme Truck & Tow Brake Kits | Power Stop

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Old 10-17-2015, 03:06 PM   #2
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I went with the Z36 slotte4d and drilled package front and rear.

The kit is very complete with all of the metal clips, Lube and Rubber boots you need.

Everything seems to be of high quality and all went together as it should.

I have about 50 Miles on them so far and all is well, they are quiet, and dust free so far. I broke them in following there recommendations , pedal feels great and stopping power is much improved. As of now I do recommend this kit.
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Great Info...keep us posted .

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I am looking at these 2 packages from power stop, front and rear rotors and pads, which kit is the better one to go with? Are either good?

Mostly just a driver, once in a while may tow snowmobiles and quads around.

Normal driving is mixed between flat and hills.

Power Stop 1-Click Brake Kits | Power Stop

Power Stop 1-Click Extreme Truck & Tow Brake Kits | Power Stop

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Just installed the Z36 Full-Tilt Package including new powder coated calipers...vast improvement in stopping power and very little brake dust - seems to be a good mod for heavy SRT10 wheels and 305/22 tires...time will tell if it really works as advertised.
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Old 07-25-2018, 06:04 PM   #6
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Iv had mine on since 2015 they still look and perform great. I do not put a lot of miles on.
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When my brakes need replacing I'm trying to decide between the Power Stop Z36 or the R1 Concepts "Big Brake" kit. the R1 Concepts "Big Brake" is noticeably more substantial compared to the Power Stop Z36 and way more expensive, but it should stop a train.
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Do you have a link to the R1 Kit?
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Do you have a link to the R1 Kit?
Here it is. https://www.r1concepts.com/bbk
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If you choose that route please keep us informed on how they perform...they do look nice! I originally looked into Wilwood and Baer systems but all I could find that would fit was Brembo and that was for the front only...so I went with the Z36 Extreme package including their refined and powder coated calipers which is available for all four corners and installs without any additional modifications over stock installation.
Having six pistons would be nice but our options seem to be very limited.


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