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Mark III Roadster, '01 Mustang front calipers, '90 T-bird rear calipers. Wilwood dual master cylinder, manual set up.
What kind of brake pads would you put on this car

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Porterfield R4S carbon Kevlar

R4-S High Performance Street and Autocross
For high performance and heavy-duty street conditions. Perfect for prolonged everyday street use while also being capable of tolerating the most severe street use without any fade. Rotor friendly of course. The R4-S friction level will give you an impressive increase in stopping ability with very minimum pedal effort. R4-S compound has the absolute lowest noise and dust levels, far below OEM equipment or any other high performance brake material. Good for autocrossing, some drivers' schools, and rallies. The R4-S compound is available for virtually any vehicle sold in the US. We also offer the R4-S in pad sizes for competition type calipers that are used under street driven conditions.

http://www.porterfield-brakes.com/pads.html
 

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What kind of hawk pads,HPS, PC or HP Plus.

What vendor is recommended for what pads?
 
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