Brake disc replacement

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Julian Carlson
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2018/02/25 11:13:01 (permalink)

Brake disc replacement

Hi All,
I have 1988 black 3.2 Carrera and I am exploring options for brake disc replacement and pad combinations. All my driving to date is on road and I am looking for the best road set up. I am tempted to stay with stock disc's and pads as I just dont have the experience of other products or setups and it would be great to get some feedback.
Having looked through various posts and done some reading, I plan to do the work myself as it seems relatively straight forward for a newbie mechanic like myself, though the rear discs seem more complicated with the drum handbrake setup. 
Anyway that aside, you thoughts and experience would be greatly appreciated.
Best
Jules

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    Supersport Mike
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    Re: Brake disc replacement 2018/02/25 13:04:06 (permalink)
    Stick to Porsche parts they may cost you a bit more ,but its worth it, I used  to fit after market stuff which is cheaper but ended up with brake judder 
     
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    Beaky
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    Re: Brake disc replacement 2018/02/25 14:54:40 (permalink)
    Lots of threads on Brake upgrade on the Impact Bumper forum.
     
    I personally went for the "Carbon 12" kit as sold by Tuthill's and Early 911, but had my Indie buy directly and then fit them..
    post edited by Beaky - 2018/02/27 16:28:07

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    T911UK
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    Re: Brake disc replacement 2018/02/26 08:32:15 (permalink)
    Standard brakes are fine for road use, Sebro discs and ATE pads wont give you any problems, and be well under half of Porsche prices.

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    Re: Brake disc replacement 2018/03/02 21:22:53 (permalink)
    I went with Brembo discs and pads from ECP,good quality and price.
    Julian Carlson
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    Re: Brake disc replacement 2018/04/03 16:53:47 (permalink)
    Hi all,
    Many thanks for all the responses, the car will be staying on the road, so will stay stock !
    Appreciate your time and effort responding!
    Best
    Jules
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