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Here's to a new year, lets hope 2022 leaves 2021 in its smoke! To start the year off we at EBC Brakes would like to give you car enthusiasts the chance of winning one free set of pads (front or rear) for any vehicle of your choice. One randomly selected forum member can choose any pad from our entire range.

To enter for your chance to win, I would like you to share with us what you believe has been the number one mod/upgrade you have made to your vehicle that everyone should do?

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Here's to a new year, lets hope 2022 leaves 2021 in its smoke! To start the year off we at EBC Brakes would like to give you car enthusiasts the chance of winning one free set of pads (front or rear) for any vehicle of your choice. One randomly selected forum member can choose any pad from our entire range.

To enter for your chance to win, I would like you to share with us what you believe has been the number one mod/upgrade you have made to your vehicle that everyone should do?
A mod which would suit everyone is a difficult choice, there are various mods which I would personally consider a "number one" mod. To tailor to suit everyone's taste. I am going to suggest that everyone should consider upgrading their suspension. It's the biggest as well as you will get an immediate noticable difference to your vehicle as soon as it is done whilst maintaining affordability. Whether that be on coilovers for more road feel or airlift for comfort.
 

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A mod which would suit everyone is a difficult choice, there are various mods which I would personally consider a "number one" mod. To tailor to suit everyone's taste. I am going to suggest that everyone should consider upgrading their suspension. It's the biggest as well as you will get an immediate noticable difference to your vehicle as soon as it is done whilst maintaining affordability. Whether that be on coilovers for more road feel or airlift for comfort.
great advice, especially noticeable when on track!
 

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I would say the brakes made the biggest difference to my current R32 GTR, I went from stock to 370z Akebono second hand which had EBC pads. The thing is we where going to test it then change the discs and pads but they work without any issues. If you think about it a car with 500BHP with stock R32 brakes is just not safe, now I can enjoy the car.

The other major difference was CAT driver training as I a lot better behind the wheel now
 

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I would say the brakes made the biggest difference to my current R32 GTR, I went from stock to 370z Akebono second hand which had EBC pads. The thing is we where going to test it then change the discs and pads but they work without any issues. If you think about it a car with 500BHP with stock R32 brakes is just not safe, now I can enjoy the car.

The other major difference was CAT driver training as I a lot better behind the wheel now
great stuff, out of interest which pads did it have in?
 

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A decent exhaust system, it’s normally the modification I would do after sorting the brakes and tyres.

A decent quality system will Improve exhaust tone, potentially unlock a little performances, plus they look better.

It’s emotive and functional.
 

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A decent exhaust system, it’s normally the modification I would do after sorting the brakes and tyres.

A decent quality system will Improve exhaust tone, potentially unlock a little performances, plus they look better.

It’s emotive and functional.
Certainly feels great when you hear it roar!!
 

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My suggestion would be to replace the brake hoses for braided items and flush the system with fresh best quality brake fluid.

Sometimes this factor of brake modification is over looked and can make a huge difference to braking performance, especially on track.

Andy
 

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My suggestion would be to replace the brake hoses for braided items and flush the system with fresh best quality brake fluid.

Sometimes this factor of brake modification is over looked and can make a huge difference to braking performance, especially on track.

Andy
Wise, its a small piece often overlooked in brakes
 
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