I wouldn't put the Raybestos pads on.
Unless someone here is having good luck with them.
I know I tried them on an 84 Chevy pickup truck and took them off, they wouldn't stop the truck!
I'd get either GM pads, or take a look at the Performance Friction carbon metallic pads.
I believe they have two kinds. A standard and a premium.
I'm not shure which would be best for your use. If it was me, I'd get the premium for high heat hard braking use.
Maybe they have a web site.
Most parts houses can get them.
I've owned two third gen Camaros, an 85 Z/28 and an 89 IROC. I ran them in autocross in stock class. They bottom out on the bump stops VERY EASILY.
I'd hit the brakes and the car would start to pull down very well, then- one wheel would lock up.
It takes a split second from the time you first start braking to the point where the wheels start to lock because it takes time for the suspension to compress enough to bottom out on the bump stop.
The later bump stops have a METAL piece inside them and only are rubber for the first half inch of compression.
These cars could brake MUCH BETTER if they had more suspension travel.
By the rules, I couldn't modify the car to see how it could be fixed.
The 89 IROC only had about a half inch between the bump stop and frame, that's NOT ENOUGH.
Check my web page for First Gen Camaro suspension info:
David's Motorsports page
First Gen Suspension Page
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[This message has been edited by davidpozzi (edited 12-22-2000).]