Brembo pads

Log in to reply

This topic contains 10 replies, has 11 voices, and was last updated by RS77 RS77 8 months, 1 week ago.

Viewing 11 posts - 1 through 11 (of 11 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #61004

    Woody
    Participant

    United Kingdom

    Posts: 67

    I thought I’d give people a heads up on this for anyone who is looking at new pads. I’ve been in touch with Brembo who have told me they have some HP2000 pads currently in development/manufacture which should be released in the next 6-8 weeks. Advertised for fast road and occasional track use and prices don’t seem too bad:

    Front     07.B314.95         £156.70 + VAT

    Rear       07.B315.44         £71.70 + VAT

     

     

    #61005
    Kenny
    Kenny
    Keymaster

    UK - Scotland

    Posts: 3159

    Good find and good price!

    #61019
    rampant
    rampant
    Participant

    UK - England

    Posts: 356

    Excellent.

    Thanks



    // ’17 Nitrous Blue // Forged Alloys // Michelin Super Sports // Painted Calipers // Sync 3 // Lux Pack // Winter Pack // Black Gel Spoiler Badges // Blue Gel Wheel Inserts // GTechniq Liquid Crystal // GTechniq Alloy Armour // sold Jun ’18

    #61020
    bobcat
    bobcat
    Participant

    UK - England

    Posts: 3206

    Thanks for the heads up woody 👍

    #61116

    CaRSrus
    Participant

    UK - Scotland

    Posts: 241

    Nice one! Fitted Brembo as aftermarket kit to other cars I have owned too…..a great product IMHO.

    Type the part No. Into Google for best prices……Brembo direct are not always cheapest.

    #79179

    muzzie
    Participant

    UK - England

    Posts: 57

    Anyone know where I can get a set of OEM front brake pads without going through the dealer and having my pants taken down?

    #79181

    o1turbo30v
    Participant

    USA

    Posts: 157

    I wonder if they will be as noisy and dusty as the OE pad.

    #79182
    Adw
    Adw
    Participant

    UK - England

    Posts: 362

    What sort of difference would you expect over stock realistically?



    Mods:

    FOCUS RS HEAD GASKET/AccessPort / Tune+ Tune / Burble+ (high intensity) / Boomba Racing short throw plate / DMB inlays / Mountune air filter / Mountune RMM / Mountune Recirc / Milltek Non Res Cat Back

    #79184
    71-bda
    71-bda
    Participant

    UK - England

    Posts: 3790

    I don’t like driving hard on the brakes as it means you have to clean the wheels every time you come back from a drive !! after 12 months my discs look as smooth as a CD , unscored and the pads must be about half a mm worn ! I reckon my tyres and brakes will last 5 years/20000 miles bare minimum.



    No nothing.

    No Mods. No rockers. Just a chunky knob.

    No tackiness.

    Std as Ford intended, but with a space saver wheel and jack and nuts and wheel brace. oh.. and flaps, a man has got to have flaps.

    Innit.

    The  Badger could be culled in the new year!.

    #79207
    kr1s
    kr1s
    Participant

    UK - England

    Posts: 141

    √ I agree Mike. But. Sometimes brakes are essential

    I have experience with rear pads labelled Brembo…….they lasted just 3 months and the wheels are ruined from the hot debris!

    so it’s back to original Ford pads for me. And I need new discs now. I’d have to see a lot of solid evidence to go aftermarket again.

    #79210
    RS77
    RS77
    Participant

    UK - England

    Posts: 1006

    Anyone tried the mountune pads?

Viewing 11 posts - 1 through 11 (of 11 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Login or register below to contribute to Brembo pads. If you're not already a member then you can register for free!