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Pagid Blue Brake Pads

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I am thinking about changing the stock pads on my 03 C2 Cab. ( They are nearly useless in track use. Last time at jarama circuit in Madrid the brakes suffer a severe fading after 5 laps.... and its a 2 mile circuit with no more than 3/4 hard braking points ).

My question is : are the pagid blues the same as the Porsche Tequipment Competition pads shown on the Porsche web ? Which one do you recommend Loren for street/track use ( 80/20%) ?

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Something does not sound right. I drive some a Laguna Seca which is very hard on brakes and likely put several hundred laps on the stock pads before changing them (and not the rotors).

If the brakes are overheating I would start by checking the age and conditon of the brake fluid, the front brake cooling ducts/spoilers and the you might also have someone out a PST2 on the car and see if there are any ABS errors recorded. It almost makes me thing the brakes are not releasing soon enough.

The brake ducts are flap 3 in Jeff's picture


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