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I've finally warmed my brakes enough to warp them on my evo vhttp://www.ltregister.f9.co.uk/graphics/biggrin1.gif border|EQU| 0 align|EQU| absmiddle >.

But I was using pagid brake pads,with standard ones the braking power was lost before the discs turned to red and I was slowing down to let them cool.
With the pagid pads,no problem they had power even at high temperature,but the discs were starting to vibrate a lot.
Worst than this the brake pedal ended to reach the floor with no braking at all!
Probably the fluid was boiling and now there is air in there[img]http://www.ltregister.f9.co.uk/graphics/embarassed1.gif border|EQU| 0 align|EQU| absmiddle >.

Now my calipers are almost brown!

I'll probably get discs fluid and hoses changed.
I would like the dragon discs with alloy bell but they are quiet expensive,so maybe I'll buy
black diamond discs.

Do you know where I can order them for a good price,I heard that they cost around 188£,but
power engineering quote them at 280£!

Any other suggestion will be appreciated
 
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I agree,

I've warped group N discs on the road and the only sensible alternative are the Dragon discs. I've just fitted them to my E6 along with S/Steel lines and decent fluid. Haven't bedded them in yet so haven't given them any serious use. By all accounts they are the best replacement discs you can get. If you buy other discs you'll end up arping them and then buying the Dragon ones anyway, so in the long run it's cheaper to get them from the start. I wish I had before I bought my group N discs, it would have saved me £300.

Adrian
 
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