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Start off with the cheep upgrades/ maintenance and work up from there. So, Start with COMPLETELY flushing the brake system. I used my brother's vac bleeder and you will be amazed on how much crap I sucked out of the brake system and how much air and water was sucked out. That alone made a huge difference in the pedal feel and stopping power.

Next up would be new pads. I like the Hawk HPS, while they are dusty, they have good initial bite and have a very linear friction vs brake pressure feel.


Next would be SS brake lines.
 

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as long as the parts look correct, the person doing the check in will not care and give you the core credit.

People do the same thing to swap Taurus brakes from the pre 2001 small brake rotors to post 2001 (+gen3 sho) larger brake rotors.
 
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