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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 21st July 2017, 14:34 Thread Starter
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Help with new pads and discs for FN2

I need to replace my front and rear pads and discs for my FN2 Type R. I currently have OEM rears and Stoptech grooved discs with Ferodo DS2500 pads on the front.
I think I will go for the DS2500 pads again but on front and rear this time. I'm thinking about Brembo grooved discs front and rear too. Does anyone know a good supplier for these and the part numbers I need to look for? Or if anyone has a better alternative they can suggest that would be appreciated.

Tegiwa has the DS2500 pads for 101 front and 90 rear, and the Stoptech discs for 263 front and 146 rear. Not done any shopping around yet but are they good prices?
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Unless you're tracking then the Stoptech discs are overkill mate.

Stick with OEM and DS2500 pads, doubt you'd noticd the difference but save a few quid.
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As musegroove said, unless tracking I'd stick with oem discs and pads.

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