- Doing nothing
- Change pads and keep standard calipers which can fine tune the brakes
- Change calipers for something with more pots and possibly go with different pads too
- Change the master cylinder (sure I've seen someone says this increases the force on the pads somewhere)
- Go with a BBK which may involve limiting wheel choice and or spacers (I have 20" 5 double spoke for summers and 19" Y spoke for winters)
I'm really after something that will feel more aggressive for the same pedal force and whilst I do do some spirited driving around country lanes, 95% of my miles are fast roads with very few points of stopping (unless some idiot pulls out when they shouldn't in which case I want to STOP). Can any of the experts on here outline the +/- of these options to help me out? If a 3k Brembo set is going to set my daily drive alight, I'll pay, but I don't want to pay 3k only to find I've got some nice looking brakes that work really well on a track, but are indistinguishable from standard S5 brakes when on the road.