Per the brakes, there are brake compounds that are rated for high temps that will circumvent fade if thats what you’re worried about. I just started running a set of circle track brake pads in my sand rail that are rated to over 600 degrees F. I was getting massive fade under hard driving with the old pads. The reason being the pad surface area of my front discs is tiny for the 75 lb 33” tires I am running up front. I didn’t want to spend over $1000 for bigger brakes (which meant changing every component down to the spindles). With these new circle track compond pads, fade is nonexistant and braking is much more responsive under varying pedal pressures.