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  1. With one of those, I reckon my license could be "Gone in 60 seconds". If you want to be more show off, you will get a lot more attention from the police. The exact opposite of some of these 6 reasons in the video is why I will be staying with my Aurion. 1. Sleeper car looks 2. Whisper quiet exhaust Maybe if I win Lotto and can afford another mid-life crisis with a nice sports car, then maybe I will find my way down to the local dealers to seriously look at what they have in stock. Most likely also have to buy the girlfriend a RAV4 or C-HR to make her happy as well.
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  2. I have no objection to either there BigMike. Nice combo if you plan on driving spiritedly for a while. It'll cover all your bases. I'm not sure either if you're mechanically inclined or have access to some tools, because it's a very easy job if you wanted to tackle it yourself to save a few bucks. You'll need to push the pistons back in the calipers to accommodate the meaty new ones and the fluid will need to be bled if it hasn't been already. If you decide to do it, we can guide you or look online for a DIY. I did mine a little while back and it was a breeze.
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  3. I'm using RDA discs with Bendix GCT DB2243. Be aware on Aurion there can be 2 types of pads, DB1474 or 2243. See this article: https://www.bendix.com.au/bendix-news/comparing-db1474-db2243-toyota-camry-aurion-v40 I'd avoid the really cheap Chinese nonames and stick with the brands.
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  4. There is nothing wrong with machining rotors. They have a minimum thickness for a reason. Genuine rotors are generally quite expensive. RDA, DBA and Protex are all industry standard rotors. DBA is usually my pick. Bendix, Ferodo, etc. for pads. Unless you like throwing money into a fire, there is no reason to stick with genuine brake parts.
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