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  1. Hi team, I'm wanting to upgrade my brake hoses when I upgrade from a GC 4-pot to a Brembo 4-pot - does anyone know what kit I need (GD or GC) when I upgrade? TIA
  2. Hey guys, Recently got new pads for my Subaru Legacy which has been fitted with v7 brembos. The new pads compounds are much harder I guess compared to my old ones, as these ones (Dixcel EC) are meant to create less dust. When I first drive the car and say reverse down my driveway, every time I brake a little bit the brakes/rotors screech like there's no tomorrow, but after I brake a few more times its gone. I've come to the conclusion that it's corrosion on my brake rotors, that's why when I don't drive it for a bit, moisture gets on my rotors and then i'll have to brake a few times to rid of the sound. It's really annoying, especially when you have heaps of neighbours around and you leave the house before most people wake up. Any recommendations of what I could do? Cheaper the better, so obviously new rotors that are resistant to rust/corrosion will be last resort. Thanks guys in advanced Ben