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Ceramic Disc (PCCB) replacement

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go928s4 PCGB Member
2020/01/14 15:30:19 (permalink)

Ceramic Disc (PCCB) replacement

Took my car in for the air-con recall and as part of the routine safety inspection I was told my discs are coming to the end of their life (at less and 50,000 miles).  Replacement will cost around £20k and reverting to Porsche steel discs will cost "much the same".  I am thinking that an after-market steel replacement sounds a more sensible option - something like Brembos - probably from the US where there are a lot more Panameras.  Any thoughs, suggestions, recommendations would be much appreciated.  Thanks.

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    Re: Ceramic Disc (PCCB) replacement 2020/01/14 16:11:34 (permalink)
    Check out Resurfacing or Surface Transforms for around £10k and far superior to standard.

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