I really feel that I took one for the team (720s), as I received a launch edition 720s and started tracking right out of the gate. There was no aftermarket solution (I was on my third set of OEM front rotors), until I found the giro disc solution. I was going to stop tracking it because it was just too expensive. There was some people on here that were holdouts but they came around after they did a few track days and went to same set up as I have.So if going to hit the track for 3-4 times/year should be fine to use OEM hardware. Are PFC brake pads even better at the track? I mean they will protect the rotors better than the oem pads? I am not refering to perfromance of the PFC pads vs OEM.
Also would be ok to run Trofeo + PFC pads for 3-4 track days? Should we see some serious wear on the rotors using this exact setup, my local trck is 2.5miles with 160mph straight to 60mph and other 2 ares with 130mph to 45-50mph, but other than that is just a 2D track, no elevation or anything.
I am planning to do girodisc later on, just waiting those Endless pads to be released as I can not get the Cobalts anymore.
I forgot one thing . Check the manual for performance shift que (audible sound that tells you when you need to shift . (I can’t really hear it in my helmet ). It’s a good thing to use when you’re on a track for the very first time or tracking 720s the first time (you’ll be hitting the limiter because you won’t be used to shifting st the same places as other cars (I kept hitting the limiter my first time at a track that I was familiar with but 720 is so bloody fast that everything changes compared to other cars )unmac, thanks for the great info all around! Makes me want to get track telemetry next go around!