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Thanks Milano - I just finished breaking in the pads but, haven't really pushed at all yet. I'm impressed with the 'street-ability' of these pads but, we'll see up at Pocono how they perform. I also bled the system and installed Brembo LCF 600 Plus. Has a 620 degree dry boiling point - highest I've seen.

What fluid were you running?
 

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Thanks Milano - I just finished breaking in the pads but, haven't really pushed at all yet. I'm impressed with the 'street-ability' of these pads but, we'll see up at Pocono how they perform. I also bled the system and installed Brembo LCF 600 Plus. Has a 620 degree dry boiling point - highest I've seen.

What fluid were you running?
Jeff Andretti's crew is doing driving sessions up there and I know Peter was going to have a session with him and Kai here in the next few weeks.
 

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I ran FD's pads on Pocono last year and they stopped like a champ.

Haven't got my details squared with Jeff A yet - he has something in NJ this weekend but I will not be able to make it.

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I ran FD's pads on Pocono last year and they stopped like a champ.

Haven't got my details squared with Jeff A yet - he has something in NJ this weekend but I will not be able to make it.

Peter
Peter,
I am even looking at the Master Maserati series as for half the price you get two days with food and lodging and former F1 drivers and use the new Maserati GT Sport.. You just have to add in the airfare to Italy...
 

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Hey Mark,

Have been thinking of that myself for a while. Right now I've got more complicated variables than I need, already had to cancel an Italy vacation, tell Jeff Andretti no for this weekend, can't make Pocono, missed the Memorial Day Pocono event, waaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh. At least I made my Sunday morning hot rod get together Sunday and the car's in now for its 18K service.
 

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Hey Mark,

Have been thinking of that myself for a while. Right now I've got more complicated variables than I need, already had to cancel an Italy vacation, tell Jeff Andretti no for this weekend, can't make Pocono, missed the Memorial Day Pocono event, waaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh. At least I made my Sunday morning hot rod get together Sunday and the car's in now for its 18K service.
Same boat here, it's been crazy so far this season!
 

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What fluid were you running?
I was running it bone stock just to see how well/bad it does w/o any mod. With exception of yellow stuff... I need to be able to stop... :) so it was on whatever fluid dealer put in.

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Feel free to contact me when you're ready for the install. Basically I'd do the rear together and the front together. Make sure you seal everything tight and then bleed the brakes. You should at least get a one way (one man) brake bleeder from your local auto parts store to help you do it.

It's a dirty job and you may want to let your mechanic do it (especially if he's got smaller hands than you!). Shops usually have much better equipment for this that will take them minutes to your hours.

Be sure to replace with high quality fluid like the Motul RBF600.

Best Regards,
-- Jeff
 
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