Stock '88 rears with Greenstuff pads (they're awful, but the best that's available) and I don't know what rotors - they were on the car when I got it. Blazer MC. C6 calipers (don't spread as easily as C5). Stoptech C6 rotors. Stock C6 pads. Stainless lines. ATE fluid. Absolutely nothing special and nothing expensive. I've been thrashing on them for 18 months and enjoyed every minute. I wish I could replicate this setup on other cars I have as it's about the best bang for the buck I've encountered. Unfortunately, both my Saab and my XR4Ti are 4-lug wheels so redrilling 5-lug rotors won't work. My only options for them are very expensive Wilwood et al kits, or at least very expensive rotors. The XR already has what I think the biggest factory 4-lug rotor there is, the 12.1" from a Focus SVT. They're gripped by calipers from an SN95 Mustang GT, which are very similar (but quite bit stouter) to the Corvette caliper.
[This message has been edited by thesameguy (edited 02-17-2015).]