No doubt they both make good quality components. In all my years of building and racing cars I learned a few things about brakes, don’t underestimate the importance of a stout, parallel caliper mounts or adapters. I’m sure you know this. I only bring this up because Scott’s Wilwood kits are engineered with high quality adapters and fasteners. Good quality parts (calipers, hats, rotors....) is half of the story. Good quality parts and a well engineered system with tech support is the whole story. I’ve seen a few scary brake conversations both on street cars and race cars. Death wish I guess.
Through most of my GT racing days I used Wilwood components. Never had any brake component issues or failures. There are several series of Wilwood calipers and rotors.
Whatever company you choose make sure their kit is well engineered. Also it’s important to have you wheel sizes established. Not all kits fit all wheel sizes. I purchased my P car with Wilwood brakes the previous owner installed himself and sourced from various vendors. Most of it was wrong. SACC has all the knowledge and parts to help me straighten out the mess
Sorry for being long winded but good brakes are paramount to me and often overlooked.
Where in NJ are you located? I moved from NJ almost 5 years ago. I’m in NJ at least every other month.