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Too bad the Porsche calipers won't work without an adapter. I want to put Cayenne front 6-pots on my car but don't know where to get the proper adapter
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Half the reason I went for the EBC turbo grooved discs is that they were 60% the cost of the official Subaru STI ones !!! Makes them officially a cheap upgrade :Banane29:
Out of interest, how much are the OEM discs?
 

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Mad Englishman.
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Out of interest, how much are the OEM discs?
I checked with Cheam motors before deciding on the EBC route:

front pads £194.67 + vat
front discs each £266.68 + vat EACH
rear pads £199.85 + vat
rear disc each £249.30 EACH


EBC discs are about half that price, as are Yellowstuffs. What's to think about !
 

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Talking of pads

Alyn supplied and delivered a set of 4 pot pads for £100

Performance friction apparently

so far so good

oh and alyn is away over easter so if you need some get them now
 

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I checked with Cheam motors before deciding on the EBC route:

front pads £194.67 + vat
front discs each £266.68 + vat EACH
rear pads £199.85 + vat
rear disc each £249.30 EACH


EBC discs are about half that price, as are Yellowstuffs. What's to think about !
That is insane! specially the discs prices!
PF discs with bells are cheaper than OEM and then you only need to change the discs next time and keep the bells. I think they are lighter as well.
 
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