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      07-24-2012, 07:31 PM   #1
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135 Brakes how good are they

Today is brake day at Advan
After a track day we see all sorts of things some good some bad,
this one is bad see if you can see the cracks in the piston inserts
Before you do a track day check your brake pads and change your fluid.
the pads need to have at least 50% for a days racing with the trip home.

OR $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
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      07-24-2012, 07:38 PM   #2
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Don't run stock pads on track days either. Here is how mine looked after 2 track days and 6k miles. Cracks all over them.

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Are the calipers still good?
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So what's a good compromise for someone who doesn't want to change pads for track days? And how much fluid do I need to buy?
I was going to order cool carbons and Castrol SRF fluid.
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caliper requires overhaul or replacement, cracked pistons and burnt out piston seals,
maybe the above picture is your answer stu?

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So what's a good compromise for someone who doesn't want to change pads for track days? And how much fluid do I need to buy?
I was going to order cool carbons and Castrol SRF fluid.
After those cracked pads I switched to the Hybrid Ferodo DS2500's with Castrol SRF fluid and ran it in 2 more track days + another 6k miles with no problems. Great for daily as well, little to no noise.
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After those cracked pads I switched to the Hybrid Ferodo DS2500's with Castrol SRF fluid and ran it in 2 more track days + another 6k miles with no problems. Great for daily as well, little to no noise.

Yep good set up and works well price is good to.
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I had DS2500s on my Audi and they worked well (nearly set them on fire on the track but they didn't fade), but they were pretty noisy day to day.
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I had DS2500s on my Audi and they worked well (nearly set them on fire on the track but they didn't fade), but they were pretty noisy day to day.
I find that they are only noisy if they aren't bedded in properly. At first the shop put them on and bedded them in really well so they made 0 noise for a few months then they started getting noisy and then the noisiness went away after I'm assuming they got rebedded in.
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I am waiting for my titanium backing plates to arrive. I was worried about the possibility of caliper piston damage on track days so I thought I would give these a go. Matched with some ventilated rotors, fresh performance grade fluid, HPS pads and F20 front brake shields I should be OK.
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Wow!! What did you do to your brakes Stu?
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would a pile of dirt/gravel getting there have cause this
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would a pile of dirt/gravel getting there have cause this
Post a vid of it pav. I wanna see it.
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a vid of what?

I was simply asking IF you got a pile of dirt and rocks, you know like a house sized dust cloud pile of dirt and gravel in the passenger front wheel would that have an effect on the brakes
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Wow!! What did you do to your brakes Stu?
Unfortunately the brakes were sacrificed in quest of blistering lap times

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Post a vid of it pav. I wanna see it.
He's taking the piss as I was man enough to drive all nannies off and lost the rear end on a downhill right hander - sliding off the track completely sideways leaving 4 beautiful tyre track marks leading to the car's resting position in a largeish dust cloud.
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Unfortunately the brakes were sacrificed in quest of blistering lap times



He's taking the piss as I was man enough to drive all nannies off and lost the rear end on a downhill right hander - sliding off the track completely sideways leaving 4 beautiful tyre track marks leading to the car's resting position in a largeish dust cloud.
Stu, i wasn't referring to you, it was a general question

so when are the nashin's going in
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Stu, i wasn't referring to you, it was a general question

so when are the nashin's going in
Sure you were old man.

In a pickle with them, would like to upgrade to something aftermarket but after spending heaps on the car atm I can't justify a brake upgrade... Pete said they are fine to use for street so that's how they'll stay... for now.
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Stu, i wasn't referring to you, it was a general question

so when are the nashin's going in
Sure you were old man.

In a pickle with them, would like to upgrade to something aftermarket but after spending heaps on the car atm I can't justify a brake upgrade... Pete said they are fine to use for street so that's how they'll stay... for now.
Any footage of this 'blistering' lap?
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Any footage of this 'blistering' lap?
I didn't have the GoPro setup for that lap ... missed some good footage as well including moe coming off the track as well
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Hi guys sorry to thread jack.
Can somebody confirm the OEM rear 135 2008 brake pad part number, I have conflicting numbers. Is it 34216791421 ? The other number I have seen is 34216784808 (has this been discontinued)
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Any footage of this 'blistering' lap?
I didn't have the GoPro setup for that lap ... missed some good footage as well including moe coming off the track as well
I think everyone has that footage
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