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Old Fri, Nov-07-2008, 03:09:50 PM   #11
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Will those work with the BBK's?
Yes. We already have them in stock for the StopTech ST-60 6-piston and ST-40 4-piston calipers, as well as the Brembo 4-piston front and rear calipers used in their Gran Turismo BBKs. We will have this compound in about a month for the Brembo 6-piston monobloc caliper.

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Monobloc 6-piston http://store.zeckhausen.com/catalog/...p?cPath=82_912
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I bought a few sets of these from Dave for my Brembos on my e46 M3. I would be moving around a lot, and I would hit the track when ever I got the chance travelling from coast to coast. So the DS2500 was the perfect pad since I used it daily and did the job on the track just fine with the BBK. Great pad.
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Hmmmmm, I might have to try this pad...

If they're as good (or better) than the RS-29 Pagid Yellow Pad, or R4-S Porterfield Pad, this would sway me quicker. Any comments all?
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back from the dead...are the newer rear pads available yet??? is there a part number change?
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back from the dead...are the newer rear pads available yet??? is there a part number change?
For which calipers are you talking about? OEM rear M3 calipers? Brembo Lotus 4-piston? Or the new Brembo monobloc rear 4-piston?
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I just put these bad boys on my E 93 last Weekend (thanks Dave). I bedded them and ran at Blackhawk Farms on Monday (it was over 90 degrees) with Stock rotors, Motul 600 and Stoptech SS lines. I also had my mod guy (Analyze Motorsports) cut custom holes to allow extra breathing for the brakes.

They were great on the track. Since I've been to the track I have a little vibration and noise on hard stops, but I think that will dissipate. Thoughts?
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Depending on your skill level, the ds2500 can be adequate for the track, but I recommend going to the ds300's if your serious about tracking.

I got some pad deposits transferred over to the rotors when I overworked them as well.
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Will those work with the BBK's?
That's a pretty general question - which BBK? Ferodo typically covers most Brembo formats in my experience. Dave's site does a good job of walking you through finding pads for your BBK.
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hi do you guys know if these pads have cut out for the wear sensor?
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hi do you guys know if these pads have cut out for the wear sensor?
That depends. For the stock calipers, the answer is yes. These do support the stock BMW pad wear sensors. For a BBK, it depends on the pad shape required.

If you're asking about a BBK, then which brand and caliper type?
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