Not new news to me. I was only looking for fibers but I am ready to buy the rest if needed. In the worst case, I have to buy another full kit and Ill have the spare fibers for track emergencies.
Next question for MELK-MAN, which pad to use for racing? Ive got it down between the CP1, XRAC or SRJLXX. Ive got a 19x20 brembo master with remote and steel lines, nothing else. I don't mind having to get the rotors cleaned up for organic either.
EBC makes great stuff.. not just clutches, but brakes. It's all i use for as long as i have been roadracing AND offroad harescramble racing.
I would consider the EBC extreme Pro EPFA front pads. They won't have the hard initial bite of the GPFA extreme pro ebc pads..
The EPFA is marketed (now) as a "fast street/track day" pad, but i'm telling you, just a few years that was our RACE pad, and i still prefer it to this day. The GPFA will give you more initial bite though.
Just curious, why did you choose a 19x20 brembo over the ever popular 19x18 ? I prefer the STOCK oem brembo, but most everyone that i know (racers) that use an aftermarket brembo, prefer the 19x18 .. just curious.
You don't have to buy a complete kit to get metals, but yes, it would be handy to have the spare fibers. Have you measured your fibers ??? If they are 2.9mm or more, they might be fine. 2.85mm is minimum spec of a fiber.
While you have the clutch apart, inspect the basket for notching of the teeth. Not just marks, but actual grooves you can see AND feel.. same with the pressure plate. is the surface nice and smooth or is there a lip on the outside from being worn big time..