Ok as most of you know, Brembo and MovIt both make the big brake kits for the F cars, and Brembo's biggest kits are 4piston 14" (355mm) kits. I'm not sure how many people have heard of StopTech, but I emailed them about making kits since their list only shows the kit for the 348/355. Heres the response I got: "We have new 8,6, and 2 piston calipers coming out in the near future, which will be used on a wide array of current and new vehicles. We would also definitely consider making many other Ferrari applications. At this point, we don't have too many solid Ferrari resellers. Since we are always so busy around here, everything is demand driven to some extent. If we have a firm purchase commitment, things get done much more quickly. Generally speaking, we need to sell at least a dozen axles of a given kit to justify the cost of development (engineering hours, test hours, programming, etc.)." My guess is that a "front+rear" kit would count as 2 axles of the same kit but I can verify that. My main question is what size would make sense for everybody to get? Brembo as everybody knows has the 355mm kit, so would a 380mm be better? 4piston? or 6 or 8piston? For those of you that havent heard of StopTech, www.stoptech.com they also have a patented bridge design thats supposed to keep the caliper stiffer. I've seen a lot of people use this in the street and racecars too. So, who would want one of these? Wait time could be 6months or so because of testing and engineering, but worth it in the end. I could get all those details before confirming.