Say, Funk, I am absolutely crazy about my KVR pads, cross-drilled, cad plated rotors, and TechnaFit lines. I have used Axxis Metal Masters for years, and although their hot performance was quite good, their cold performance (especially in the wet) was awful.
I am curious. Why do you need new rear calipers? The rears, if functioning properly, work quite well.
As I have stated before, make sure you clean and grease all your caliper sliders and pins. The calipers should move in and out quite freely. That, good pads, lines and a good bleed, should have you happy as a clam.
[ Edited by stripedmx5 On Date 09-28-2002 ]