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Brake light on need advise

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Shaun-84, Jul 6, 2013.

  1. Shaun-84

    Shaun-84 Member

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    Evening all

    i have a S3 2002 BAM an need to replace discs and pads, have tried searching as I know the info is on her somewhere but I cannot seem to find anything. Can someone please point or advise me options etc. car is standard other than a panel filter but looking to get mapped soon to stge 1, once everything is in order. All help comments appreciated.


    thanks in advance
     
  2. Gops

    Gops 6th gear @7000rpm

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    Nice one, cheers bud
     
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    Gops 6th gear @7000rpm

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    No worries! Do you have a budget? Fancy going for LCR brembo's?
     
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    Always a budget my friend....lol
    How much we talking?!
    alsi how much wrk involved?
     
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    Porsche front calipers 4 pot are the way forward I want a set on mine aswell . My mate useing 997 front calipers and 330 disks on his tt and braking is superb he uses standard rear calipers and disks. Best £400 spent he said.
     
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    I bet that stops on a penny, are they not expensive to replace the discs n pads tho?!
     
  8. Gops

    Gops 6th gear @7000rpm

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    Discs are expensive but pads aren't really. My advice is to save up, get some LCR's and get the discs from badger 5. He does his own rotors And bells that are better but costly. That's my perfect brake setup anyhow!
     

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