The stock one itself has a good bite but I changed the brake pad as the distance the brake pad was used was pretty high and I wanted to test the Brembo ones.
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Life has been business as usual for blue baby and this car ages like fine wine!
So I thought of upgrading my brake pads to Brembos from Engineering Exponent and one of my close contacts at Ford managed to arrange the alloy wheel which was about to be launched in the facelift before the company to shut it’s doors.
I used the same TPMS sensors and no issues with respect to its functioning as such.
The first 4 pics are after the wheel swap! Looks way more classier than the stock wheels of Titanium Variant:
TPMS doing its job well. 43 psi was a tad too much and these air guys fill up like crazy:
The stock brake pad was almost at 1 mm:
Part no. for Brembo brake pads:
A quick review on the brake pads:
The stock one itself has a good bite but I changed the brake pad as the distance the brake pad was used was pretty high and I wanted to test the Brembo ones. The Brembo pads really do make a difference in braking after the bedding in period of 600-800 one. Overall a good buy and a recommended one in case you’re going for new brake pads. Also, the cost is similar to OE brake pads.
My next major mods in this car will be adding Traction control (ESP), cargo management and auto dimming mirrors and to get the ST steering and AC cluster(last 2 items are there in the red dragon). Then I’ll call it a day for modding this car!
That’s all for now folks.