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Old 30-Jul-2009, 04:17 PM
wafty cranker wafty cranker is offline
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749R Brake pads advice

Im after a new set of front brake pads for my 04 749r.

Are the pads in the radial brakes different from the normal calipers on the 999/749 range or do I have to get different ones?

Also, what do people recommend to go for and where to get them from? Its for track use only.

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Old 30-Jul-2009, 07:32 PM
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Are the pads in the radial brakes different from the normal calipers on the 999/749 range or do I have to get different ones?
They are all the same.
The OE Brembo pads are great,but very expensive.(70 odd a side! )
Ive got EBC pads in my 999S.Cheap enough,..I found them ok for the road,but tend to fade when pushed hard on a trackday.I have heard good reports on Bendix pads,...I believe Nelly at Cornerspeed sells 'em,......might be worth a call.Another option is Performance Friction.
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