I have a GTV6 that have built as a PRC rally car. The front brakes are late Mazda RX7 4 pot calipers and the rears are standard. i have Ferod DS2500 pads in the rear and am now pondering what to put in the front before hitting the road. I am tossing up DS2500 versus 3000. Rally car brakes do get hot during competition but unlike racing we don't always get a chance to warm them up before the start. You can sit in control for some time waiting to go and then it is on for young and old.
So I suppose my concern with the 3000 is that should I have just spent 30 minutes in control and then the red mist comes down, I could spear off at the first corner becuase they don't grip. Against the other concern that with the 2500, I might be OK for the first half of the stage and then find they are not that great with the heat build up.
Any thoughts welcome.