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




is it true that dill sells them, oh thats right he only sells rotors that dont exist



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is it true that dill sells them, oh thats right he only sells rotors that dont exist

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

the 2500's are less aggressive, they are more of a street/track pad, i have a few friends that use them for both

the 3000's are more for track & are awesome  :D



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the 2500's are less aggressive, they are more of a street/track pad, i have a few friends that use them for both

the 3000's are more for track & are awesome  :D

have you tried the 2500s? do they get fade where the 3000s don't? is the 2500 dust and noise free and are they kinder to the discs?

i want to replace the pads on my car. getting the discs hot is very difficult, so i'm sure that i won't need the 3000s...but it's interesting to know the differences.

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have you tried the 2500s? do they get fade where the 3000s don't? is the 2500 dust and noise free and are they kinder to the discs?

i want to replace the pads on my car. getting the discs hot is very difficult, so i'm sure that i won't need the 3000s...but it's interesting to know the differences.



i haven't used them, but i'm considering it for my next set,

what i've been told from mates who do have them is they don't squeal like the 3000's & don't require as much heat for best use, (3000's are a bitch when cold  :faint:) but then again they don't stop aswell as the 3000's either, but as an all round pad everyone seems happy with them

i wouldn't think you would need them unless your doing some serious driving/track work, i fit mine when i know i'll need them & run a set of cheap Lucas pads the rest of the time




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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.



RS19 and 29 are to all intents and purposes the same...

19 is old stock, 29 is new stock... both called "Pagid yellow" also...

I've used both in all sorts of cars... they both squeal a bit, but work well... the same really...

The sensors just clip in... providing the little notch is in the back plate of the pad... Some pads are avilable that are basically the same shape, but don't have the sensor notch.

I buy from BSM usually.

You should also consider VIC F club president, Winston Kim's company... Melbourne Clutch and Brakes..

they sell and swear by their Bendix Ultimate pads....

which I've used and are excellent on road/fast road... but I've not used them on track.

Winston has though... and he can pedal a bit.



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Winston has though... and he can pedal a bit.

yes....1:55 at PI in a 355...what did you get again?

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yes....1:55 at PI in a 355...what did you get again?



I didn't get any times "again". I've only been once.

Oh, I thought Winstons car was a standard 355 anyway  (which is what my BB times compare to).... that explains it!



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I didn't get any times "again". I've only been once.

Oh, I thought Winstons car was a standard 355 anyway  (which is what my BB times compare to).... that explains it!

yes...standard car...only 18 seconds faster than you.
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