It wasn't extremely wet... I'd say almost like a light sprinkle but after I went back to the garage area it down poured haha. IMS did a amazing job attempting to try the track. They drove trucks around the course just like a actual professional race car series was there minus the jet driers. They told us those cost $10k/per hour. IMS almost went and bought pumps to drain water out of two areas but at that point the day was already over.Did you get on track when it was fairly wet? Those tires were great in wet when they had some tread
4 track daysHow long did they last?
I already bought a extra set of carbotech pads so once I run through those, I'll be upgrading. I will probably just do a 4/2 pot setup... I would love to run a serious big brake kit but it is going to cost a ton of money to get TE37's in the size I need plus that means tires will cost more. Thought about brembros but I've heard stories of everyone's caliper bolts being stuck when they change rotors. Luckily WRX napa rotors are less than $70 for the pair, haha.Even with good cooling, track pads, good fluid, and decent rotors the stock WRX brakes aren't very well suited for track days. The smaller wrx rotor can only handle so much heat.
If you are looking for a cheap brake up grade the 05-09 legacy GT front calipers and rotors are almost as large as STi brembos. They are 315mm x 30mm (Sti is 326mm x 30mm). The only down side is they are pretty heavy as they are a steel floating caliper.
I believe the 2015 wrx went to this brake set up as well.