hey guys i was wondering if the power stop brakes fit on the OEM calipers and rotors and if so could i have amazon links for them . Thank you
Same! Z36s all around since last June. They are great! Just a slight squeal in the colder weather when I back out of the garage and then all quiet.Big bite, brake feel, and stopping power improvement after I switched from stock pads to the PS Z36 pads all around. Had to bed them in aggressively, but that’s how I always do my track pads on my track cars.
My front ones had to have the stainless shims trimmed to make them fit. Rears were fine out of the box. Good pad choice for the $.
One of my rear pads squeals when cold (sub freezing temps now in MN). Noise goes away after the pad warms up.
Where are you reading the z36 are heavy on dust? I hadn’t heard anything like that. I hadn’t heard about a 1053B option either. Have you visited powerstop’s website for info on the B? It was 6066 and 1053 if I remember right and put z whatever in front of that. I’ve heard some people say they’ve had to file part of the pad down to get it to fit, wasn’t that way for me and shouldn’t be that way (maybe Amazon counterfeit?). I bought before there were options but I’d get the 36’s if it were me buying powerstop pads. Racing Brake is a sponsor here and I’m sure they’d be happy to talk your ear off about the proper pad selection. I’m leaning towards them when I swap the rotors out on mine. I need more stop but don’t want noise or dust so that’s a lot to ask at these weight and power levels.Thanks for the info guys! I think I had read that article before.
What worries me (from what I’m reading) is the brake dust from the Z36. I’ll have the wheels and calipers ceramic coated next week and I’m diligent with cleaning my vehicles but if the 36’s are only marginally better with dust then I’d be concerned because it’s my main reason for switching.
Just to be sure in case I go with the z23, the part number coming up for the rears on rockauto is 1053B. Is there a 1053 or is 1053B the correct pad?