Possibly if you change all the rotors, calipers, mounting bracket, pads and
possibly your wheels if no room.
I find MB rotors tend to be enough for most people. The biggest single
improvement I highly recommends to anyone who wants better brake is to
change the brake pads to aftermarket brands. It is instant, economical and
major improvement over factory pads. For most people, I would stick with
Ceramic type pads such as Akebono Euro Ceramic pads.
Next stop up would be Hawk racing pads sold by Tirerack... PBR Metal
Master... but with these pads, you must understand that the pads need to be
warmed up for optimal braking power... so the first braking action in the
morning seems kinda numb but after this, the hotter it get, the more
grabbing power it has. I have been using Metal Master for years... I think
about 13 years... This is tried and true pad old tech.
Carbon pads are best used to tracks only...These really really needs to be
warmed up. Unsuitable for normal driving unless you really are willing to
understand the behavior of these pads.
I don't know or have any experience with the latest pads... I once had
Performance Friction Carbon pads back in 1993 and boy, they really need warm