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Audi A4 06 plate

Wilson24 May 3, 2011

  1. Wilson24

    Wilson24 New Member

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    Hi, i have an Audi A4 1.9 TDI s-line, i need to replace the brake discs and pads all round just dont know whether its worth putting drilled and groved discs all round or whould it make no differrance from getting standaerd ones all round?

    can anyone help me? ​
     
  2. D2NY G

    D2NY G Well-Known Member

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    I recently changed all my braking system, needed new pad and dics and decided to have drilled and grooved ones with greenstuff pads.

    They have made a real difference in braking I can tell you feal alot sharper ect, look better aswell
     
  3. Wilson24

    Wilson24 New Member

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    Brilliant thats good enough for me cheers mate
     
  4. doug.p

    doug.p Getting There VCDS Map User

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    Redstuff pads are better suited due to the cars weight
     
  5. dubdemand

    dubdemand VAG Addict

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    A lot more dusty though! I'd also recommend changing your brake fluid for motul fluid... Can confirm this after the weekend!
     
  6. doug.p

    doug.p Getting There VCDS Map User

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    Redstuff are the least dusty compound EPC make
    i have had greenstuff previously, now am on redstuff and i have to say there is virtually no dust :)
     

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