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Ebc Red Sfuff Pads


Mr Morse
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I would advise against EBC pads, I had them on my old VW Corrado VR6 and they were useless, the standard pads were a thousand times better.

Was told it was because they were at there best when warm and trust me no difference, I found that they would over heat and smoke, Of course then even less braking power.

Wasn't down to the discs as they were new.

I really didn't feel confident with them.

Gave them about 3months breaking in time and no better.

I would spend the money and get something better, from what i have read people on here like Mintex, i think thats the way i'l be going.

brakes are where you dont wanna skimp, look after you car and possibly your health.

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Using green stuff at the moment and i dont think they are suited to cars over 200bhp. Agreed P38aaron i dont feel as confident with them anymore.

As said before less brake dust but thats nothing if they dont stop you.

Heard good things about red stuff though.

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Using green stuff at the moment and i dont think they are suited to cars over 200bhp. Agreed P38aaron i dont feel as confident with them anymore.

As said before less brake dust but thats nothing if they dont stop you.

Heard good things about red stuff though.

Greenstuff on mine front and back and i've not had any problems with them and i'm running 240 bhp at the mo.

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A few months ago i had greenstuff pads and drilled and grooved discs on and they where pants and after periods of hard braking they where smoking. The garage upgraded the pads to redstuff now which are a world better on the green but on instant bite its questionable if better than standard but over a period of miles on hard braking they deal with the abuse alot better and you dont notice any fade, base the decision on the roads you drive and style of driving rather than bhp

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