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HELLO. best brake pads for my 930 pagid, ferodo, textat, for street, gracias.
Old 07-14-2011, 08:28 AM
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I now run Pagid "blue" front & rear, works great for me on the street. Albeit a tiny bit of squeal from time to time, but no big deal.
Pagid "orange" squealed like a banshee, did not care much for them.
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I just use Metal Masters, have Pagid Oranges but like full quack, squeal like a banshee. . .
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Old 07-14-2011, 01:30 PM
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First post? You need to add a pic of your ride....

The search function on this site is actually pretty good. Give'r a try some day...

I depends on what you are doing with your car, track time, street only, etc. Mine is primarily street with a couple of DEs. I've been happy with the Metal Masters so far..

I had a similar thread about this exact question and I did the search for ya so look here for some more info...

Which Brake Pad????
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First rule here... a picture of the car... second... some details of it... then, it's open dialogue.
Old 07-14-2011, 01:44 PM
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Mines a street car so I wanted pads that didn't need a few stops to heat up before working good. I went with Hawk HPS or high performance street pads and I love them. No squeak, great pedal feel, and they slow the car down real quick.

get them and many others here...
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Welcome, and agreed - pics or ban 8-)

I think I've got OE Textar's in mine, great feel / bite, not much dust surprisingly, some fade during DE's but more related to needing a bleed.

I run Ferodo DS2500's in the Brembos my //S8 and I looooooove them. Dusty, and have to lube them 2x/yr (@ snow tire change over) to keep them from squealing but that works. They're wicked grabby, I found myself stopping short when I first put them in. They will fade after lots of hard braking, need DS3000s for real DE work but those squeal like hell and need to be warmed up.

Stay away from Mintex red box - gooey and literally toss off chunks of goo onto the wheels - good grab but fuch that... they literally melt (ran them in my urS6's Big Reds)...

Hear good things about the Hawks...

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Too many passes being given, no pic, no responses to questions!
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First rule here... a picture of the car... second... some details of it... then, it's open dialogue.
Hello. thanks for your clarification, I'm from Spain, Catalonia. barcelona. try to put photos.
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Thank you. put more pictures. my 930. my car. is prepared. valve spring to 3.4 at 1, turbo 27s, and something else. 375 cv.
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I now run Pagid "blue" front & rear, works great for me on the street. Albeit a tiny bit of squeal from time to time, but no big deal.
Pagid "orange" squealed like a banshee, did not care much for them.
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I just use Metal Masters, have Pagid Oranges but like full quack, squeal like a banshee. . .
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First post? You need to add a pic of your ride....

The search function on this site is actually pretty good. Give'r a try some day...

I depends on what you are doing with your car, track time, street only, etc. Mine is primarily street with a couple of DEs. I've been happy with the Metal Masters so far..

I had a similar thread about this exact question and I did the search for ya so look here for some more info...

Which Brake Pad????
by CMI. I see, nobody here uses pagid. greetings
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nice,very clean.
Welcome Miguel from Spain.
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I hope you have a garage for your mistress. I've been in Barcelona and the parking culture is 'interesting' : )

I bought PFC 97 for track use and I think I have stock ones for street. Might end up using those PCFs on street too if they are up to it.
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nice,very clean.
Welcome Miguel from Spain.
nice thanks.
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I hope you have a garage for your mistress. I've been in Barcelona and the parking culture is 'interesting' : )

I bought PFC 97 for track use and I think I have stock ones for street. Might end up using those PCFs on street too if they are up to it.
Thank you. if I have garage for my lover
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