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Offline leburpor

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I've searched using Google and the info is scattered. Does anyone know where I can buy Pagid brake pads from in Australia? Am looking for Pagid RS19/RS14 to suit the BMW M5 (e60).

I've written to Pagid, but no response to date. I've contact one distributor (BSM Sport in Sydney) and he's not too sure if they have one for the M5; when I'm confident that is one as the people at M5board.com told me so.

Any suggestions?? Thanks in advance!



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Contact Car Torque - 08 8362 7667, they're in Kent Town on North Tce and the woman who runs it is a friend of Les and has been in the game for a long time.  They have lots of that kind of stuff lying around, and if they don't have it, they'll know where to get it.



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Thanks, Ash. I've just spoken to them and they only have EBC pads, which do not have pads for the M5. They were helpful by forwarding to Auto sport and Revolution Race Gear. However, Rev Race Gear don't sell em, and Auto Sport is not answering their phone, so I've sent an email.. :rolleyes:

Maybe I have to import directly from UK  :irked:



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Brakes only slow you down though - I thought you wanted to go faster?



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Brakes only slow you down though - I thought you wanted to go faster?

better brake pads will allow me to survive if I decide to brake later and it'll still work well even though at very high temp....ain't gonna go faster if i'm dead  :boggled:



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Might be worth trying this place: http://www.vsport.com.au/brake_pads/pagid.php

I have never bought anything from them, so no idea what they are like. 




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Got prices, $730 (front) $536 (rear) but waiting on two suppliers to confirm whether the prices are for RS19 or RS29 compounds. Also checking how the BMW brake wear sensors will work with the Pagids.




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how hard are they on rotors? i've been using DS3000's & they destroy my discs



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how hard are they on rotors? i've been using DS3000's & they destroy my discs

i heard the 2500s were better because of that. never tried them though.

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