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Re: 2005 987 2.7 Disc and Pad upgrade 2019/08/19 13:57:39 (permalink)
Sorry if I put you off buying anything not in a Porsche brown box!
As Jeff says, any decent German manufacturer will be more than satisfactory on your car!
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Re: 2005 987 2.7 Disc and Pad upgrade 2019/08/19 18:39:00 (permalink)
Original parts are Sebro discs and Textar pads. If you buy Porsche parts, they'll be the same, but with the Porsche logo stamped on them. You can save yourself some money by just buying the Sebro discs and Textar pads. ECP almost always have a sale on.

Here's where I got my information, which I see has now come full circle.
Looks like there are multiple sources of information and I'm not qualified to say which is the most accurate.
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