Check the media forum and CD-R(W) subforum for tests of different CD-R's. To summarize, however, if you can get Fuji's that are labelled "Made in Japan", they will be TY's and will burn fine. I backed up a couple of my music CD's to be used in my wife's car CD player and they both burned at maximum speed (52x on my older 52246s Liteon) with very few C1 and no C2 errors and the media I was using I bought over 1-1/2 years ago and were originally labelled as being 40X. I have a 100 pack of MIJ Fujis that I haven't broken into and they're labelled 48X, I highly suspect that they are the same discs as the 40X, only the packaging changed to read 48X (since TY's testing of the media probably agreed with my own, i.e. that they could be burnt at 48x reliably, although I burnt mine at 52x with no problems).
Note: I will re-iterate, as I have started seeing MI (other than Japan) Fuji's appearing at the local Best Buy, so read the label carefully so that you can be sure they're MIJ. Otherwise, you can find sources online that sell TY's under the TY name, as opposed to some other name brand, like Fuji.