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Cosworth Street Master Pads..You know it makes sense!!

Cosworth Street Master Pads ..

Just a little reminder to all of my fellow CTR owners out there that we always carry a large stock of the Cosworth Street Master Brake pads for the FN2 ..avaliable on a FREE next working day delivery basis if ordered before 1pm!

I run these on my own FN and I think they are cool as..Not too dusty (lazy girl doesnt like washing wheels here so thats good news for me!) and for the money I think they're sweeeeeeet!!

Can also get the Trackmaster version - PM for a price

Streetmaster Front 80.50+vat
Streetmaster Rear 75.00 + vat

I also Stock Motul RBF 600 @ 13+vat per 500mls and we offer lots of brake options and fitting deals at our state of the art facility in Rye East Sussex!!

Any questions...Please ask WE CAN ALSO GET FERODO , EBC etc ..PM for prices..Special deals on EBC Discs and Pads to follow

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Cazza I was wanting these, do you know if they'll fit the Silvers BBK (I've just ordered) that mike on the forum sells? If they will can you pm me the best price you can do for me to have both the front and back please?

P.s. I must be getting auld I'm still knackered from that drive! Lol was worth it tho

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cazza i was wanting these, do you know if they'll fit the silvers bbk (i've just ordered) that mike on the forum sells? If they will can you pm me the best price you can do for me to have both the front and back please?

P.s. I must be getting auld i'm still knackered from that drive! Lol was worth it tho

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Though I haven't got the Streetmaster pads, Cazza did sort me out with lines, EBC discs and Yellowstuff pads and fluid - was sent Friday, I picked up from depot and fitted Saturday!

Awesome service from Sumo towers! Woop!

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Finally fitted my TrackMaster pads and I must say the quickest pads I have bedded in! and the extra braking power over DS2500 are noticeable, just needs to warm it up a little but other than that great stuff! Cheers Cazza! :P
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Cosworth Prices go up as of the 1st September so anyone thinking of getting some pads ...shout now!!

NEW PRICES AS OF THE 1st SEPTEMBER

Streetmaster Front ; 85+vat
Streetmaster Rear ; 81.25+vat

Trackmaster Front ; 98.13 + vat
Trackmaster Rear ; 85+vat

Call 01797 228934 to order yours!!
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Cazza has one set of Front and Rear left in stock at old money ..So shout me if anyone wants to save a few quid !!x
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Mine still need to get fitted lol
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Cazza has one set of Front and Rear left in stock at old money ..So shout me if anyone wants to save a few quid !!x

Are these still available or have they gone?
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Still got one set left 01797 228934 or PM me
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Finally fitted my TrackMaster pads and I must say the quickest pads I have bedded in! and the extra braking power over DS2500 are noticeable, just needs to warm it up a little but other than that great stuff! Cheers Cazza! :P
Thanks buddy

I'm currently deciding between the DS2500s and the two variants on the Cosworth pad.

There will be a couple of track days next year, but most of the driving will just be standard road driving.

Are the TrackMaster pads a compromise on the road? I would like to know that if I need to stop sharply after cruising on the motorway for 2 hours without hitting the brake that I'm going to stop!

Also, are they nosier than the DS2500s? Are they nosier than OEM?!

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I'm currently deciding between the DS2500s and the two variants on the Cosworth pad.

There will be a couple of track days next year, but most of the driving will just be standard road driving.

Are the TrackMaster pads a compromise on the road? I would like to know that if I need to stop sharply after cruising on the motorway for 2 hours without hitting the brake that I'm going to stop!

Also, are they nosier than the DS2500s? Are they nosier than OEM?!

Thanks!

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The Trackmasters are pretty good on the road just warm them up a lil, they definitely stop me after driving off the dual carriageway doing 70, I changed from DS2500 to Trackmasters due to brake fade after coming off, gave me a scare twice but now the Trackmasters definitely does the job for me, for an extra 10-15 its worth it.

They are barely noisy at all, only squeal a bit after hard use but goes away quickly.
I don't remember how the OEMs were haha changed them after around 3000miles.

Hope that helps you make a choice mate
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the trackmasters are pretty good on the road just warm them up a lil, they definitely stop me after driving off the dual carriageway doing 70, i changed from ds2500 to trackmasters due to brake fade after coming off, gave me a scare twice but now the trackmasters definitely does the job for me, for an extra 10-15 its worth it.

They are barely noisy at all, only squeal a bit after hard use but goes away quickly.
I don't remember how the oems were haha changed them after around 3000miles.

Hope that helps you make a choice mate
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Whats the dust like coming off these or the ferodo??

cos im still on the oem pads and just nipping to the shop and back after cleaning the motor and the wheels need tidying up again.
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Cossies arent bad at all, Im the laziest car cleaner known to man and I can go awhile without needing to clean me wheels !
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Whats the dust like coming off these or the ferodo??

cos im still on the oem pads and just nipping to the shop and back after cleaning the motor and the wheels need tidying up again.
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Hi, Just a quick note I got the street master pads about a month ago along with the do-luck lines and the improvement was massive. The initial bite is much improved as has the feeling given by the new set up, my standard lines were in very good condition as wasn't sure how much of a difference the pads and lines would make but I'm glad I went for this rather than a big brake set up I was contemplating. There was a bit of dust the first 100 miles or so but now there are bedded in they are comparable to the genuines pads for dust. Chris

Edit I use Kleers wheel protector which I got from a show at Cadwell and the dust just wiped off with some cold water and a cloth - I have to say I wasn't sure about it but it really works better than rim wax and one application has lasted 9 washes so far (I do clean my car more than I drive it)

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Aww Christopher ..You're keeping up with the Barneses I am glad Kleers got a good impartial review ( Kleers belongs to my 2 big brothers) - The products are so so good and are really taking off now too ..KLEERS FTW!! I always have a good stock here when you run out too !

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Hi, Just a quick note I got the street master pads about a month ago along with the do-luck lines and the improvement was massive. The initial bite is much improved as has the feeling given by the new set up, my standard lines were in very good condition as wasn't sure how much of a difference the pads and lines would make but I'm glad I went for this rather than a big brake set up I was contemplating. There was a bit of dust the first 100 miles or so but now there are bedded in they are comparable to the genuines pads for dust. Chris

Edit I use Kleers wheel protector which I got from a show at Cadwell and the dust just wiped off with some cold water and a cloth - I have to say I wasn't sure about it but it really works better than rim wax and one application has lasted 9 washes so far (I do clean my car more than I drive it)
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Aww Christopher ..You're keeping up with the Barneses I am glad Kleers got a good impartial review ( Kleers belongs to my 2 big brothers) - The products are so so good and are really taking off now too ..KLEERS FTW!! I always have a good stock here when you run out too !
If I'd have known that cazza I'd have asked for some cash before posting the last bit!
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Lol , I'd have none to give ya sadly! Glad you're pleased with it though I'll pass the feedback on.. the Microfibre Mist Sprays another good one too
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lol I'm sure it wont take long for me to get through my current stock of cleaning bits and bobs wont last long and I'll give you a shout
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