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Boxster S (987) Front brake pads

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Hi all, i'm new to all this including forums themselves!

Does anyone know of any manufacturers that make front brake pads for the Boxster S?

I've looked at Ferodo and EBC but the car is not listed.

Help would be appreciated.

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Hi all, i'm new to all this including forums themselves!

Does anyone know of any manufacturers that make front brake pads for the Boxster S?

I've looked at Ferodo and EBC but the car is not listed.

Help would be appreciated.

Pagid is an excellent brand for Porsche.

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Depends if you are looking for street pads or track pads ...

I believe that Textar and Pagid both are manufacturers for Porsche branded pads - I think the replacement pads on my 2006 987-S are Textar right now.

Pagid seems to be very popular with my local track crowd.

This website shows a few different options for different Porsche models including Boxster-S - http://www.livermoreperformance.com/porsche_brake_pads.html

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Depends if you are looking for street pads or track pads ...

I believe that Textar and Pagid both are manufacturers for Porsche branded pads - I think the replacement pads on my 2006 987-S are Textar right now.

Pagid seems to be very popular with my local track crowd.

This website shows a few different options for different Porsche models including Boxster-S - http://www.livermoreperformance.com/porsche_brake_pads.html

EBC has excellent brake pads for the Boxster/Cayman. They offer an original quality and an upgrade quality. Part numbers for the original quality are Front: DP31207C, Rear: DP31208C. And for the upgraded quality are Front: DP41207C, Rear: DP41208C

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