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    Default F430 brakes supplier

    Hello folks,

    Is there anywhere other than eurospares or main dealer where you can get F430 disks and pads? Maybe also get them a bit cheaper too?

    John.

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    Try
    www.performancefriction.com
    They are FOC partners,Might be worth phoning as they are happy to discuss you requirements and options.
    They have attended FOC track day's previously,and the prices are good.(IMO)
    Last edited by phillg; 03-09-2012 at 01:18 PM.
    Spider,or coupe? Just get one of each.

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    Carbon or Steel brakes?

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    Thanks Phil, and voicy it's steel brakes.

    John.

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    Brembo part number for the discs is 09.7267.50. Is 56 a disc cheap enough for you? Available here with 35% off code: www.mister-auto.co.uk Same disc made in the same factory as OEM, just without the prancing horse packaging.

    Lots of aftermarket brake pads suppliers - I'm running yellowstuff pads at the moment which are great (cost me 110 for a set). I can also recommend Pagid Blue.

    I've started to document the repairs/maintenance I've carried out onto a blog. Here's the link for front brake changes: Linky.

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    Blimey that is good value, thinking of buying a set just for the sake of it as the price is so good, will they fit an F430? it says on the site they are for a 360???

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    As far as I know they are the same across both models but it would be wise to check before ordering.

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    I am sure they are the same,but check for peace of mind.
    Spider,or coupe? Just get one of each.

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    I bought a set last month for the 360. Incredible value!

    The ones that came were unpainted so you need to mask and paint the none contact surfaces otherwise they will be red rusty in no time. I also masked the wheel and hub contact surfaces (easy to do as the wheel side is raised) to avoid the potential for disc run out caused by my uneven paint!
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    Quote Originally Posted by voicey View Post
    Brembo part number for the discs is 09.7267.50. Is 56 a disc cheap enough for you? Available here with 35% off code: www.mister-auto.co.uk Same disc made in the same factory as OEM, just without the prancing horse packaging.

    Lots of aftermarket brake pads suppliers - I'm running yellowstuff pads at the moment which are great (cost me 110 for a set). I can also recommend Pagid Blue.

    I've started to document the repairs/maintenance I've carried out onto a blog. Here's the link for front brake changes: Linky.
    Jesus, that'll do nicely, thanks Voicey

    John.

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