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Big Brake Package #2--Replacement Pads

Does anyone know what size the pads are for the big brake package #2? Does it use the mustang gt or cobra pads? Or are these pads unique to this setup?
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Does anyone know what size the pads are for the big brake package #2? Does it use the mustang gt or cobra pads? Or are these pads unique to this setup?
Assuming you're talking about these...
https://www.supercoupeperformance.co...ont-brakes-244

They use 99-04 Mustang Cobra brake pads. You can piece this stuff together yourself from www.rockauto.com for much less money. You can also fairly easily extend the bolt holes on standard Cobra rotors to fit your stock MN-12 bolt pattern.

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Awesome!!! Yes and thank you. I thought this was correct but couldn't remember.
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Exactly what I did. Cobra or Bullitt calipers, pads and rotors 99-04 are what you need. The calipers are the same but Cobra calipers "should" have COBRA in the castings. Not always what you find when you order a pair though!

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Exactly what I did. Cobra or Bullitt calipers, pads and rotors 99-04 are what you need. The calipers are the same but Cobra calipers "should" have COBRA in the castings. Not always what you find when you order a pair though!
Mach 1 also. Bullitt and Mach one neither have Cobra cast in. It’s a crapshoot with remans since there are probably as many blank cores as “Cobra” cores in circulation

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