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Note: something you can try now is to move to a 'softer' lighter on the disc style pad that operates at lower temperatures which will give you better overall feel and be a lot gentler on the hardware. We found you can pick up some good lap pace going in this directionShould have put this system on long ago. I have spent way too much money on brake consumables... it has been the highest cost maintenance item on my GT-R by far.
Combinations change EVERYTHING. If this was with brake air cooling guides, and active cooling by Stillen, and your water cooling system, then we can only expect to see similar results with a similar combination.
In this picture:Stillen Active Cooling kit was removed several months ago, was not effective. So no, the kit was NOT on my car at the time of the above test with tge Willall system. IMO, the only benefit the Stillen kit provides is blowing a small amount of air on the rotor and caliper after coming off the track. Otherwise, I never saw any benefit based on rotor temps or pad wear. I have great respect for Stillen and everything they do, but their kit simply did not work for me as advertised.