The 'value' bit is about what type of pad is it. If it doesn't matter to you then you can judge it on price alone.
aha I see
well I look at it like this if I'm going to race the Brera or in fact my old TR8 I would be looking to buy the best but in reality I'm going to at best, attend a track day
The brake pads provided by companies like Kwik fit have to be fit for use and not a danger and certainly in there interest not to wear rapidly
I cover around 35k to 40k miles a year run my cars on good but not the best overpriced tyres and I can honestly say they have performed well if not as good as a named product. On that sort of miles my safety is of paramount importance so I judge it on price and the fact that they are a big company that cannot afford to sale defective or weak products especially on an ever increasing motor industry that is producing high performance cars at even it's lowest level
I wouldn't buy the cheapest of any product but I will buy wisely. covering the miles I do the brakes tyres etc get some wear so quality is of course an issue but lets be honest would I bother getting the car remapped when the standard blasted car has already sent me on four awareness courses in three year NOOOOO lol
anyway back to the value I believe the discs will be given their guarantee of excellent quality and can be fitted undoubtable for a value for money figure just on the mere fact of their buying power. IMHO
Back to the classic Tr8 it has been uprated with the best available products over its 27yrs in my ownership to the fact that's it is better than new and on TVR performance levels LSD vented discs all round 3.9 litre engine fully adjustable suspension etc etc etc but I drive it to shows and back and as I say on track days so do I really get the value of its high specific performance parts No not really you could say I've been there done it, in fitting high performance overpriced parts trying to make a sports car in to a road race car in a Police state lol ==== sorry that got that off my chest. To add tho it undoubtable makes me smile a lot with the shear noise of the V8. Just in fact like the Brera does with it's sexy good looks sorry old engineer I just think sometime we are trying to achieve or to better what in reality are excellent cars that engineers much better qualified than certainly me have spent years perfecting.
And we all have the ole boy racer in us and love to make these cars in are own image to some respect but we are slowly being strangled in the UK and do not really ever get the chance to drive any car to its true potential.
crikey i'm becoming a grumpy old man