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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Mon, Aug-06-2018, 03:46:12 PM   #21
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Default Re: Review | Race Technologies LLC RE10 Brake Pad

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Send me your old 01s, if you have any
I just finished off my last set of fronts.

I do still have 2 sets of rears, so going to be running RE10 front, 01 rear, for a while. Probably not the best, or fairest, way to judge the RE10s, but should still give me a reasonable indication of how they'll last (which is THE reason I'm getting them).
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I did at first.

Over time they developed pad deposits. They also seem to wash out faster than normal when it rains.
This is a bit off topic, but did you ever consider the 993 Textar pads for the ST40 as a street pad? Apparently they are a direct bolt on. Pad dimensions look the same, but the 993 is not chamfered on the ends.

Added Bonus: FCP carries the Textars

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This is a bit off topic, but did you ever consider the 993 Textar pads for the ST40 as a street pad? Apparently they are a direct bolt on. Pad dimensions look the same, but the 993 is not chamfered on the ends.

Added Bonus: FCP carries the Textars

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ST Sport

Got a part number on those Textars?
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One weekend on the RE10s used .042" of pad. I'm back at the track in my car this thursday/friday-- will report back after.





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Got a part number on those Textars?
https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/por...ar-99335193901

Going to get a set as well. The ST sport pads have developed pad deposits after 2k street miles . You going to try these on the M5?
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https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/por...ar-99335193901

Going to get a set as well. The ST sport pads have developed pad deposits after 2k street miles . You going to try these on the M5?
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One weekend on the RE10s used .042" of pad. I'm back at the track in my car this thursday/friday-- will report back after.
Interested to hear what you think... I never meshed with these pads feel wise when I ran a set, and went back to PFC. Been happier with the PFC.
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Interested to hear what you think... I never meshed with these pads feel wise when I ran a set, and went back to PFC. Been happier with the PFC.
They certainly have less bite that the PF01s.

So far, I think I like them. The pedal feel on track with these is very similar to the pedal feel with my Brembo street pads on the street-- eliminates the need to relearn the brake pedals when I first go out on track, if you know what I mean.

That said, that PF01 bite really inspires confidence (perhaps falsely, since they're not out braking other pads)
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Yep!!
Nice! Are you doing brakes soon? I'll have to put those in my next order and post a review.
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