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What you think guys ?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by L3WJX, Sep 23, 2010.

  1. L3WJX

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    Hi all fitted mt new discs today look v.nice,tomorro thinking of fitting new pads as old ones look like they might need changing soon,any body no any good pads been looking at green stuff pads but dont no if there any good or one of the best for my car ?

    I have the 1.8t audi a3 1999 running about 200 bhp

    Have looked online but couldnt evan find the ones for my car so dont evan no if they make them :wacko:
    I'm sure some of you guys will be able to help,

    Thanks allot L3wjx :)
     
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    <tuffty/> Badger 5 Edition...Its all about the flow...
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    Ferodo DS2500's...

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  4. jojo

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    Ideally when fitting new disks, you put new pads in at the same time so they in together.
     
  5. mattyboy199

    mattyboy199 Well-Known Member

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    yeah you should of changed the pads brakes can a bloody pain at times ! Now you gotta take the calipers off again
     

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