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I looked for anything by them but I don't think they exist anymore. Fully Torqued Racing makes a few different kits though. I'll probably do the GT500 eventually but the S197 14" brake looked interesting as well and I almost went that route instead of the Cobra brakes. I was able to piece together the GT500 systems for a little under $700.

GT500 brake kit:
https://www.fullytorquedracing.com/mustang/newedge/sn95-gt500-brembo-brake-kit.html

S197 14" brake kit:
https://www.fullytorquedracing.com/mustang/sn95-14in-brake-kit.html

And even Cobra 13" on the rear:
https://www.fullytorquedracing.com/mustang/newedge/new-edge-brakes/big-brake-adapter-kits/sn95-13-rear-brake-bracket.html

My GT500 kit:
Adapter Kit - 349.99 - https://www.fullytorquedracing.com/mustang/newedge/new-edge-brakes/big-brake-adapter-kits/sn95-gt500-brembo-brake-kit.html
Extended studs - 34.99
Brake lines - 84.95 - http://www.maximummotorsports.com/MM-Stainless-Brake-Hose-Kit-1994-04-Mustang-front-P686.aspx
Calipers - 97.85 - http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/ford,2009,mustang,5.4l+v8+supercharged,1442746,brake+&+wheel+hub,caliper,1704
Pads - 25.65 - http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/ford,2009,mustang,5.4l+v8+supercharged,1442746,brake+&+wheel+hub,brake+pad,1684
Rotors - 91.58 - http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/ford,2007,mustang,5.4l+v8+supercharged,1433450,brake+&+wheel+hub,rotor,1896

Total: 685.01
 

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I have the typical cobra brake upgrade on the front, and soon to have them on the rear.
With that being said, if your car isn't 100% dedicated to the track, I'd highly recommended the Powerstop evolution carbon fiber/ceramic pads. As they get hot they respond really well. And after 20 laps of hard high speed racing they brake dust was minimal and what dust was left came off easy. .
The Power Stop Evolution are ceramic. The Power Stop Extreme are the ones that are carbon/ceramic.
 

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I looked for anything by them but I don't think they exist anymore. Fully Torqued Racing makes a few different kits though. I'll probably do the GT500 eventually but the S197 14" brake looked interesting as well and I almost went that route instead of the Cobra brakes. I was able to piece together the GT500 systems for a little under $700.

GT500 brake kit:
https://www.fullytorquedracing.com/mustang/newedge/sn95-gt500-brembo-brake-kit.html

S197 14" brake kit:
https://www.fullytorquedracing.com/mustang/sn95-14in-brake-kit.html

And even Cobra 13" on the rear:
https://www.fullytorquedracing.com/mustang/newedge/new-edge-brakes/big-brake-adapter-kits/sn95-13-rear-brake-bracket.html

My GT500 kit:
Adapter Kit - 349.99 - https://www.fullytorquedracing.com/mustang/newedge/new-edge-brakes/big-brake-adapter-kits/sn95-gt500-brembo-brake-kit.html
Extended studs - 34.99
Brake lines - 84.95 - MM Stainless Brake Hose Kit, 1994-04 Mustang, front
Calipers - 97.85 - 2009 FORD MUSTANG 5.4L V8 Supercharged Caliper | RockAuto
Pads - 25.65 - 2009 FORD MUSTANG 5.4L V8 Supercharged Brake Pad | RockAuto
Rotors - 91.58 - 2007 FORD MUSTANG 5.4L V8 Supercharged Rotor | RockAuto

Total: 685.01
This is similar to my current plan but instead of using the GT500 4-pots, I plan to use the S550 4-pots seeing as the size difference is actually quite large. Only thing holding me up at this point is a solution for the rear that can hang with that big of a rotor and caliper up front. I want a 13" solution but the only one I've seen involves putting the 13" Cobra front calipers and rotors on the rear. Unfortunately, you lose the handbrake and the cobra calipers are pricier than even a new set of S550 calipers. Here's a link to FTR's blog with a brief comparison between the GT500 and S550 4-pot calipers: S550 14? Brakes on SN95 2001 Mustang GT | Fully Torqued Racing Blog
 

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6 Cylinduh, Really Bruh?
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I need my handbrake as I'm a 5 speed.

The stock brakes are fine to me. I want more go juice. I got ceramic pads and drilled and slotted rotors. Works for me
 
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