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Has anyone used both types of pads, in particular on track? If so, did you notice any difference?

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sod pagit . there expensive and there are many pads loads better . we have some new pads that will do what the pagit do and cost far less . for a front set for 6 pot ap's your only looking @ £135+postage . we have carbon ceramic or carbon carbon compounds and they are now the only pad type we use they are that good . fancy giving me your opinion ?

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evo400 said:
sod pagit . there expensive and there are many pads loads better . we have some new pads that will do what the pagit do and cost far less . for a front set for 6 pot ap's your only looking @ £135+postage . we have carbon ceramic or carbon carbon compounds and they are now the only pad type we use they are that good . fancy giving me your opinion ?

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Only if u promise I wont get brake fade at the end of the Snetterton straight - my underwear wont stand any more nasty surprises :eek: :D
 

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evo400 said:
sod pagit . there expensive and there are many pads loads better . we have some new pads that will do what the pagit do and cost far less . for a front set for 6 pot ap's your only looking @ £135+postage . we have carbon ceramic or carbon carbon compounds and they are now the only pad type we use they are that good . fancy giving me your opinion ?

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If you do pads to fit Movit callipers then I might be interested (std kit on the 911 GT3). Let me know.
 

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Dave, I'll take the lack of reply as a 'no' then, and carry on buying Pagids...
 

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Replacement Pads

Steve

are you at Cadwell on the 10th ?

I'm using the Carbonne Lorraine WRC pads, I used RS19 extensively previously and they are night and day more effective, less modulation but reasonably progressive from nothing to totally unrealistic stopping ability.

Cold V V good

Hot just unbelievable, cheap too D Tweaks have stock, if your unsure then your more than welcolme to make your own mind up on the 10th ;)

oh real kind to the disks as well, not that the Pagids were not but these seem very kind.

only downside I see is not really suited for road use though as you will find you are going to stop but the **** behind ain't :D

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John
 

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Will give you a bell this week Dave - just back from hols.

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Re: Replacement Pads

JohnT said:
Steve

are you at Cadwell on the 10th ?
Aye :D

I'll jump in for a few pax laps if you don't mind - main problem is likely to be availablility of pads for the Movit callipers, but you never know.

No problem re: road use as mine is only really used in anger on track :)

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Dave - thanks for the advice :smthumbup . Will be in touch after John has tried to detach my retinas next Friday :D
 

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Carbonne Lorraine

Steve,

if you have the part numbers for your Movit brake pads , Demon will phone Carbonne Lorraine directly on your behalf to find a match for the pattern, this is what they did for me for the AP's.

cannot fault the service from DT on this item.

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Re: Carbonne Lorraine

JohnT said:
Steve,

if you have the part numbers for your Movit brake pads , Demon will phone Carbonne Lorraine directly on your behalf to find a match for the pattern, this is what they did for me for the AP's.

cannot fault the service from DT on this item.

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JohnT
Thanks John,

Dave has already told me the pads are available for my calliper, but no harm confirming with CL. Look forward to the demo :cool:

That said, I do have a fresh set of RS29's to get through first - I'd better brake harder next week :D

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Rich, I got mine from stockcar as well. I remember he was the cheapest of the price I got (but have forgotten who else quoted me :eek: )

But if the Carbonne Lorraine WRC demo goes well this Friday I may well give them a shot next :cool:

Steve.
 
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