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Hi,

I have just got a set of PFC Pads for my GT3 and the Front Pads have no Brake wear insert slot on the front, the rears have the cut out on the pad but it is the wrong shape (square shaped)

I have 05 GT3 996 that I'm converting from PCCB to Steel disks, if it make a difference..

Not sure if I should just disconnect the sensors, or whether I have the wrong spec pads? (otherwise they fit perfectly!)

Appreciate any advice..

thanks

Will

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Hi,

I have just got a set of PFC Pads for my GT3 and the Front Pads have no Brake wear insert slot on the front, the rears have the cut out on the pad but it is the wrong shape (square shaped)

I have 05 GT3 996 that I'm converting from PCCB to Steel disks, if it make a difference..

Not sure if I should just disconnect the sensors, or whether I have the wrong spec pads? (otherwise they fit perfectly!)

Appreciate any advice..

thanks

Will

Can't address the compatibility of the pads since I use Pagids, but since I tracked my car, and changed out wheels and pads regularly, I just zip-tied the sensors out of the way. I was in there often enough to see if the street pads needed changing.

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I cannot be sure if you have the wrong pads or not by your description, but I also no longer use the sensors and have cut them and zip tied them out of the way. The light goes on when the circuit is open, BTW, so if you cut them, attach the wires to one another.

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