So - I've read all the great threads about fitting everything from Porsche brakes to S4 brakes to various slightly less exotic Audis.
But all I really want to do is improve on the braking performance of a standard 2.0 A4 Avant - FSI - B6. This is just an ordinary road car, nothing special, no significant mods. Standard wheels etc.
Discs are standard - and were replaced 2 years / 30,000 miles ago (before I bought it) with what I believe might be Genuine Audi, and it had new pads at the same time, although I've no idea what they are.
How could I improve on the not especially wonderful brakes? Better pads? Lines? Brake fluid? (No idea when that was last changed, but the car was exceptionally well maintained so if it was on the schedule, it was probably done).
Yes, it would be nice to put bigger discs on - but it's a balancing act between money and time and result.
Thoughts appreciated. Thanks, Mike