Anyway, used EBC's and they suck.
I was just discussing EBC brake pads on another forum, you can't just say EBC pads suck without differentiating which ones. there are 3 different types of HH pads, some good, some not:
Base model HH or just known as Double-H: These are considered OEM replacement pads for street. They are not very good for high speed tracks. These might be ok at little curvy tracks, but they will fade and/or warp at tracks with long straights. People who say EBC pads suck were likely talking about this version.
EPFA, also known as Extreme Pro: EBC considers these trackday pads, and they are excellent for high speed tracks. This is a fade resistant progressive style of pad. Meaning initial bite is not high but the braking force is more easily modulated by lever pressure.
GPFA: These are pure roadrace pads with very high initial bite and no fade. You have to be careful with these, as they require a gentle touch and generally one finger is all you need. The same lever force as the stock pads will send you over the bars with these. The model number starts with GP and they come with a yellow warning sticker, but they still say "Extreme Pro" on the package.
These are all HH pads, which is where the confusion comes in. The GP versions are EBC's top of the line racing creation but to be honest, very few people use them, including pro racers. Most racers and track day riders (myself included) prefer the EP Extreme Pro pads. They are generally easier to brake to the edge of traction and hold it there, due to a wider range of lever pressure offering easier control.
Warning: these suck:
But either of these are much better, and which one is preferred will depend on how much lever pressure and initial bite you like.
Just wanted to make sure that was straight.