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Anyone recommend a good rear brake pad for road use? 2 pots

Old 09 September 2015, 01:02 PM
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Question Anyone recommend a good rear brake pad for road use? 2 pots

As per the title really. I have a 2003 newage wagon. I've just bought a set of brembos for the front but the rear discs/pads are starting to wear low and I might replace them at the same time. I shall just be keeping the newage rear 2 pots. But can anyone recommend some rear pads just for fast road?
Doubt I'll be doing track days. Something that gives off the least amount of dust possible would be good

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Old 09 September 2015, 07:19 PM
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Old 10 September 2015, 09:17 AM
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you would be far better trying to at least "match" what your using on the front as you have introduced a heavier front bias with the Brembo's.......
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you would be far better trying to at least "match" what your using on the front as you have introduced a heavier front bias with the Brembo's.......
I see what you mean. Ok I'll do a bit of research. The issue is that the bremobos I've bought are coming with nearly new discs and pads. I have no idea what brand they are though....
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we carry various options on the shelf from high quality OEM thro' to race..........
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Old 11 September 2015, 10:34 AM
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nicely shoehorned that in there
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Old 11 September 2015, 10:37 AM
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Alyn is the man Steve for solid advice and good prices you won't go far wrong dealing with him.SJ.
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Bought a set of PF08's for my front calipers from Alyn and the same time got a set of matching PF pads for the rear to keep things even. Car brakes like a boss
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