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08/2003 Cayenne S Brake Pads

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Sorry, I do not understand 08/2003.

What model year and front or back or both?

My Cayenne S production date is Aug 2003 (The sticker on the driver side door says 08/03)

I need both front and rear break pads. Thanks!

BTW, for the future reference, Should I indicated my Cayenne S, as a 2003 model, or 2004 model? the production date is on Aug 2003.

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Ok, got it.

Sorry, I need to know if your front rotors are 17" or 18".

Rear pads:


I think the stock front rotor for Cayenne S are 350mm, I have 19" wheels.


Thanks for the help.

I know my Cayenne S was produced on Aug 2003, and it has Silver finish calipers (aren't all the Cayenne S came with the same rotors? )

The VIN # WP1AB29P24LA70113

also, does it consider as 2003 model or 2004 model? (the car is Taiwan now, I don't records from previous owner).

Thanks again!

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I did some searching and found everyone talks about the Hawk Dustless Pads. The only Hawk Pads I found for the Cayenne from Hawk are the:

Hawk Performance Ceramic Pads

Stopping Power: 3 Stars, Low Noise: 4 Stars, Low Dust: 4 Stars

Hawk HPS Street Brake Pads

Stopping Power: 4 Stars, Low Noise: 3 Stars, Low Dust: 3 Stars

Hasw LTS Truck/SUV Pads

Stopping Power: 4 Stars, Low Noise: 3 Stars, Low Dust: 3 Stars

Has Hawk Dustless got replaced by one of the above? Anyone has experience or recommand of these pads for a heavy 5000+ pounds Cayenne? Thanks.

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