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    Question Brake pads on 2.0 tfsi Special edition

    Hi there, need some help please.

    I need to put new pads on front and rear and my local car shop is not sure which to order.

    I have a 2007 2.0 tfsi Sline Special Edition Quattro Avant (the 220bhp version with the drilled front discs)
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    Are you after an uprated compound or just replacement parts?
    If it's not longitudinal and it's not Quattro..it's not an Audi
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    Just oem ones will be ok. I understand the discs at the front are 321mm dia. A part number would be great!

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    Yep front are 321mm rears are 288mm, think the part number for the front pads is 8E0698151C. Just call audi parts dept quote your reg and get the part numbers.
    If it's not longitudinal and it's not Quattro..it's not an Audi
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    Cheers fellas, i'll make the call and see if they say discs too - hope not as i am skint!

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    Prepare for a bumming if you need discs too

    I'm dreading the day I need some

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam W View Post
    Prepare for a bumming if you need discs too

    I'm dreading the day I need some
    I went for MTech drilled disks front and rear @£160 along with Hawk HPS pads. I fitted them last week, so far they are pretty damn good. After the initial bedding in process I've done some hard stops and it does stop the car so much more quickly. As they heat up it just gets better and better, also the pads are low dusting and no bloody squeel what so ever!!

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    Muuuuuuuuch better than the £500 odd quid Audi want for a set of front discs! Thanks for the heads up mate

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    I got drilled Mtech all round too but with Mintex pads. Seems good, zero complaints.

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    Audi do the fixed price servicing offer. You can get the front disks and pads done for £249 fitted.

    Affordable servicing < Servicing with Audi < Owners area < Audi UK

    Which works out cheaper to do for the fronts insted of buying the parts. Then just get the oem bits for the rear and do them your self.
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    It's the squeal that is getting to me! Is this just down to oem pads?
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    Have no squeal on mine from OEM kit....

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    oem pads are fine, no squeeking here either
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    Macc Audi quoted £89 for front pads, £44 for rear - double what you can buy them for on-line. All i need to to do now is take one out, measure it and check the fitment, as there several possible matches at Micks Garage....

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