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CTS-V brakes.

Anyone running the CTS-V brakes up front? I was originally planning on Wilwood but have heard NUMEROUS horror stories lately and am looking at other options. I will be running hyrdo-boost when the LSA goes in.

Dyno guy says the car should be putting down around 700 at the rear wheels so I need appropriate brakes.
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Re: CTS-V brakes.

Being Brembo, they are great brakes. I can only speak from experience with them on a CTSV, but having tracked them and their abilities in a 4300 lb brick with 700 whp they are impressive. Over on Lat G they rave about them as a pretty easy bolt on. And they look good too.
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Being Brembo, they are great brakes. I can only speak from experience with them on a CTSV, but having tracked them and their abilities in a 4300 lb brick with 700 whp they are impressive. Over on Lat G they rave about them as a pretty easy bolt on. And they look good too.
I like the idea of being able to get parts at any store or dealership too.

Yeah with your same hp and almost 1000 pounds lighter, they should be adequate! 😃
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