Performance Friction Z Rated Brake Pads For Brembo's

Discussion in 'Imprezas & Impreza parts for sale' started by Ascottie75, Sep 24, 2018.

  1. Ascottie75

    Ascottie75 V-Limited Member

    Location:
    Essex
    Hi chaps,
    i have a complete set (front and rear axle) of PF Z rated pads for the gold brembo's
    I bought these from AS Performance and they have had hardly any use, the fronts have 8mm and the rears 9mm left.

    Im after £100 posted

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  2. Kev_STI

    Kev_STI V-Limited Member

    Location:
    Nottingham
    Hi Scott, what did you reckon to these pads, did you use them on track as well as road?
     
  3. Fatharrydog

    Fatharrydog MY98 WRX Type R V-Limited 176/1000

    Location:
    Midlands
    I have these and they are superb. In my Brembos they really do stop the car very quickly. Brand new about £200 so not cheap.
     
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  4. Kev_STI

    Kev_STI V-Limited Member

    Location:
    Nottingham
    I'm thinking I might go down this route, without going full blown race pad these look quite a nice compromise for road use too?
     
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  5. Ascottie75

    Ascottie75 V-Limited Member

    Location:
    Essex
    Hi Kev,
    I did Bedford with these but it was my first ever trackday, I did the trackday to try and understand my car as I've never owned an Impreza. I'm no track hero and was more of a mobile chicane, the pads where fine. On the road they need a bit of heat in them to get them working, I'm only selling as I've just bought DBA two piece bell and rota for the front and matching DBA disc's for the rear. I'm now using Project Mu 800HC pads.

    Regards

    Scott.
     
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  6. Kev_STI

    Kev_STI V-Limited Member

    Location:
    Nottingham
    That'll be a good setup, probably take a bit more abuse with the project Mu 800's.

    I'll keep you posted but I'm also going new 2 piece setup as well, if I decide these pads might come in use on my old discs to try out first.
     
  7. asperformance

    asperformance Site Supporter

    Location:
    oop north
    Too late now, but the 'best' 2pcs front disc kit for the Brembo is the fully floating PFC V3 set-up.......we find they outlast as well as out performing anything else.......

    Also stock and supply DBA's as required
     
  8. Ascottie75

    Ascottie75 V-Limited Member

    Location:
    Essex
    I would have gone PF front discs if they sold a rear disc to match the pattern on the front's, i couldn't be doing with spending all that money and having a odd looking rear disc, i know its a small thing but it's something that would have bugged me.
     
  9. Ascottie75

    Ascottie75 V-Limited Member

    Location:
    Essex
    Pads are still here gent's
     

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