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Looking to upgrade pads to XP8/XP9 prior to the Fest.

Anybody got a lead on where to get the best deal, or just get through Carbotech ??

By the way the Nitto R2's came by UPS today. These are some wicked looking shoes.

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I don't know anything about the brakes, but I'd like a review of the tires when you get back. Let's see, autocross, DE, drags and a lot of highway miles. Looks like you'll cover everything in one week. Drive safe and Dona and I wish we could go. Maybe in a couple of years Matthew and I can do a father son trip down to BG
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Thanks, Pat.

We need to try and get down to Wichita as well.

I just hope we don't have to drive through any weather going down or back.

I wouldn't consider these rain tires !!

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Thanks, Sub and Leslie, I'll be giving them a call as well.

Just gearing up for the Fest!!!!

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Brian at pfyc.com is an HPDE instructor so he knows his stuff:D

Subdriver suggested Carbotech's to me, I LOVE them, nice modulation, awsome BITE and they keep going! They are priced better than a lotta race pads I have tried.

AND aren't corrosive to my wheels:thumb:
 

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Brian at pfyc.com is an HPDE instructor so he knows his stuff:D

Subdriver suggested Carbotech's to me, I LOVE them, nice modulation, awsome BITE and they keep going! They are priced better than a lotta race pads I have tried.

AND aren't corrosive to my wheels:thumb:
A BIG 2nd on the above!!!! :thumb: Carbotech's are awesome for DE's and the track, and Brian is great to deal with at PFYC. Just like Nike, DO IT! :D

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