I'm a big fan of Pagid for OEM replacements.
Their painted discs stay looking good through the wheels too.
Only the service area of the disc rusts after
for example washing the car. The hub and edge stay largely rust
free for a very long time. On my last car there were no signs of rust after...
Personally I wouldn't do it, when I bought my van all the tyres
were different makes, speed ratings and worse still load ratings.
One was a proper commercial van tyre and the others were
My van doesn't have ABS and one day soon after buying it
I was following someone alongwho...
When you say full set, you are aware the prices on ECP are per disc.
I've just had a look and I cant get 4 discs and 8 pads for anything like that or I'd buy
them in advance ready for fitting when they need doing.
I get £36.60 per disc rear, £59.94 per disc front, £25.14 rear pads set, £43.14...
I can't fault Pagid and would look to them when my brakes need replacing
before any other brand when it comes to OE setup.
Another bonus is that the whole disc is painted so after the first use of the brakes
it's rubbed off of the service area of the disc leaving the remaining paint...
Revo, Shark and APR seem to be favourites.
Shark have the same reputation here as they do on Brisky.
Personally I'm looking to have mine done at either APR or Shark.
You'll break the 300bhp barrier on these with ease with a stage 1 map.
I think keeping the torque figures sensible is the key...
Compared to what you're used to (and I was used to) no it doesn't.
The thing is you're comparing chalk with cheese.
As you know the Fab was pulling as hard as it could from just over 2000rpm
and as you now know, in stock tune these don't pull their hardest until about
4000rpm. Just about...