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 keltik said:

Cant see how pads to fit a BC2 will fit a BG5...something isnt right there. For that kind of money id just buy some bendix ultimates.

Ive never compared them but it could well be right?

earlier bd/bg had smaller brakes than 294mm on later bd/bg so could be the same as bc5

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using the Znoelli S12 slotted rotors, with matched scp550 (from znoelli) pads all round and the rbf550 fluid - didnt run out of brakes once - not the slightest amount of fade.

Looking at brakes last night tho i suspect the pads are getting down already. From when i went out in jases car, it felt by the "seat o meter"i had as much braking as the brembo's... thats imho

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 loren said:

you need to ask what compound they are... I can't figure it out from that auction.

Those ones are NA-S compound, here is the description on them:

"Type NA-S is a sports pad, which is applicable to a wide range of rotor temperatures, from as low as 70°C to a high-speed running temperature of 450°C. Out in the street, this "almighty" pad delivers the necessary response at the important starting period. At the same time, it maintains low noise level, and comes in a broad line-up to match the driving needs of everyone, from the first-timer to the top notch driver"

So it would be more a street type pad rather than an all out track one. Would still be okay for a few laps I would say.

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[quote name='loren said:

you need to ask what compound they are... I can't figure it out from that auction.

/quote]

Those ones are NA-S compound, here is the description on them:

That's what I thought, but was unable to find anything about them on the endless site. probably should have looked harder.

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[quote name='loren said:

you need to ask what compound they are... I can't figure it out from that auction.

/quote]

Those ones are NA-S compound, here is the description on them:

That's what I thought, but was unable to find anything about them on the endless site. probably should have looked harder.

yeah I dont think they do them anymore - all these new compounds are coming out now. I found that info on some american site.

Most likely old stock that they are trying to get rid off hence the price???

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 Tony']

[quote name='loren said:

you need to ask what compound they are... I can't figure it out from that auction.

/quote]

Those ones are NA-S compound, here is the description on them:

That's what I thought, but was unable to find anything about them on the endless site. probably should have looked harder.

yeah I dont think they do them anymore - all these new compounds are coming out now. I found that info on some american site.

Most likely old stock that they are trying to get rid off hence the price???

yeah, probably a pretty good deal. they sound like a good street pad.

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got these in my forester,were in when first brought the car.

They are good for a bit of hard driving but for continuous hard braking and prolonged not so great.

could say a medium type pad,and minimal brake dust with long wearing :)

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