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u can:
change to better brake pad.
bleed n changed brake oil to new fresh oil.
fit bigger servo n pump.
 

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no need change rotor if ur rotor still good n thick.
but if u want slotted/crossdrill, u can buy aftermarket n change..
 

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Whats your budget? If you got a big budget consider changing the master cylinder pump and go for 4-pot brakes
 

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Many things can do, from pump, vacuum servo, disc rotor, drilled/slotted, brakes pads, caliper and so on....
 

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go for 4 pot nissan or mitsubishi. but nissan cheaper & i heard bites more than mitsu ones.
I think depends on the mod. I remember my friend fitted Bigger brake from GTR into his SSS, say not too good...My Mitsu now better bite with Trestor Blue advantage over Bendix Metal King Titanium...
 

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You can think of toyota 4 pot also, just fitted to my suzuki swift..
 

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I'm thinking of changing my brake pad to ceramic type. Some user commented that it'll produce some funny sound after long time of usage. please advise
 

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u can choose evo 3 twin pot. plug n play but must use evo lower arm.
 

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this is what i've done on my car:

a) twin pot evo 3 rm700
b) lower arm rm300
c) steel braided hose rm150(4 nos)
d) double layer servo evo 3(persona can opt for honda servo) rm 150.
e) rapidstop 800 degree rm480. want cheaper search for pajero v6 pad.

u may find cheaper than this price if u know how. labour charge maybe up to rm250 depend on the formen. if u want basic just opt for twin pot and lower arm only but persona stock servo are crap. u might as well thinking changing that.

braking performance will be increase tremendously if u take above step, i can assure you that. but don't always do hard braking coz it will increase ur fc. happy modding:smokin:
 

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this is what i've done on my car:

a) twin pot evo 3 rm700
b) lower arm rm300
c) steel braided hose rm150(4 nos)
d) double layer servo evo 3(persona can opt for honda servo) rm 150.
e) rapidstop 800 degree rm480. want cheaper search for pajero v6 pad.

u may find cheaper than this price if u know how. labour charge maybe up to rm250 depend on the formen. if u want basic just opt for twin pot and lower arm only but persona stock servo are crap. u might as well thinking changing that.

braking performance will be increase tremendously if u take above step, i can assure you that. but don't always do hard braking coz it will increase ur fc. happy modding:smokin:
thanks man..this really helping a lot...
 

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thanks man..this really helping a lot...
no problem bro. i only now a little bit of knowledge for campro mod. not many campro owner opt for this upgrade coz it quite costly unless u are prepared for this budget. at least to solve persona common brake issue is to change their stock servo to honda/nissan double layer servo. this will counter the spongy effect from the stock brake system.
 

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this is what i've done on my car:

a) twin pot evo 3 rm700
b) lower arm rm300
c) steel braided hose rm150(4 nos)
d) double layer servo evo 3(persona can opt for honda servo) rm 150.
e) rapidstop 800 degree rm480. want cheaper search for pajero v6 pad.

u may find cheaper than this price if u know how. labour charge maybe up to rm250 depend on the formen. if u want basic just opt for twin pot and lower arm only but persona stock servo are crap. u might as well thinking changing that.

braking performance will be increase tremendously if u take above step, i can assure you that. but don't always do hard braking coz it will increase ur fc. happy modding:smokin:

hahaha, not just increase FC, but also make the tyre botak very fast.....
Of course, there is always the price, if wanna drive excitingly.

My auntie drive like snail speed, her Unser tayar lasted 5 years. My fren drives his civic like mad, within half year tayar botak liow...
 

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this is what i've done on my car:

a) twin pot evo 3 rm700
b) lower arm rm300
c) steel braided hose rm150(4 nos)
d) double layer servo evo 3(persona can opt for honda servo) rm 150.
e) rapidstop 800 degree rm480. want cheaper search for pajero v6 pad.

u may find cheaper than this price if u know how. labour charge maybe up to rm250 depend on the formen. if u want basic just opt for twin pot and lower arm only but persona stock servo are crap. u might as well thinking changing that.

braking performance will be increase tremendously if u take above step, i can assure you that. but don't always do hard braking coz it will increase ur fc. happy modding:smokin:
c) steel braided hose rm150(4 nos) - where you got them? chop shop also?

e) rapidstop 800 degree rm480. want cheaper search for pajero v6 pad - means evo3 twin pot same as my VR4 twin pot brakes....Trestor Blue advantage pads at RM105....:driver:
 

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c) steel braided hose rm150(4 nos) - where you got them? chop shop also?

e) rapidstop 800 degree rm480. want cheaper search for pajero v6 pad - means evo3 twin pot same as my VR4 twin pot brakes....Trestor Blue advantage pads at RM105....:driver:
yes i got the hose that came together with the caliper. don't know cheap or not. if lucky can get project u disk together with caliper. mine got slotted disk.

evo 1,2,3 and pajero v6 share the same pad. so from ur info it shall be same with vr4 too.
 

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yes i got the hose that came together with the caliper. don't know cheap or not. if lucky can get project u disk together with caliper. mine got slotted disk.

evo 1,2,3 and pajero v6 share the same pad. so from ur info it shall be same with vr4 too.
New should be above the RM300 region. Yup, VR4 and Pajero V6 same pads.....

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may i know y TS wanna change brake?
not powerful enuf?for looks?or just want to spend excess money? :smokin:
Upgrade brakes should be for better braking, for looks can fit Brembo Cover.....hahahaha:rofl:
 

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New should be above the RM300 region. Yup, VR4 and Pajero V6 same pads.....

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Upgrade brakes should be for better braking, for looks can fit Brembo Cover.....hahahaha:rofl:
most of persona user over the net complained the poor brakes performance especially from b line model. the spongy effect makes them feel insecure.
 

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halfcut brembo front + rear cost RM2k+
Custom bracket + installation RM500