Yesterday I had the oportunity to do a few laps in a Ferrari 488 GTB. It was quite amazing, but what stood out was its race preped brakes. Wow, what a differnce from my stock Pantera brakes. Those brakes could scrubb off a 100mph in a moment, over and over again. I was astounded. I wouldnt trade my Pantera for any super car, but sure would like to brake like they do.
We've had forum discussions regarding Pantera brakes. Most of the available aftermarket solutions tend to be considered a marginal in the improvement over stock. I see other posts that indicate that the stock brakes can be improved by removing the proportioning valve and improving on the rear wheel calipers. Under very hard braking with top notch equipment the rear wheel barely touch the ground, so the real improvement needs to be in the front.
I'd love to take my car to the track for vintage races, but not with it's current brakes.
What are real fixes? Money is an object, but my safety is more so.