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2008 turbo brake pad change

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Hi all ., I bought a 2008 CTT a few days ago and I've been getting familiar with it. I changed the oil and air filters.., hardwired the V1 and next I'd like to change the brake pads. The rotors look fine, no lip it grooves so I'm going to find the best price and swap the pads out. The front brake rotor is 14.49" 368x36mm and you load the pads from the bottom. Has anyone changed the pads on this style caliper ??., any tips or is there a DIY I'm not finding in my search.., I'll post pics when I do it... thanks

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Also have a 2008 Cayenne Turbo...and wanted to put the same Hawk LTS (green package) pads on it that I put on my '04 Cayenne Turbo, and they say they have two part numbers that are compatible with the 2008, but they are NOT compatible. The 2008 Turbo has the 368mm discs / 6-piston calipers, and those Hawk pads will NOT fit. The larger calipers have to be removed to change pads, whereas with the older 350mm versions on older Turbos, you just remove the retaining pin and spring and the pads come straight out without removing the caliper.


Picture of the 368mm version:



It also seems the 2009-2010 models had the larger 380mm front brakes from the prior year's Porsche Cayenne Turbo Power Kit, so the 2008s had different front pads than the 2009-2010.


The only pads for the 2008 seem to be...from some good information I found at "some other place" on the interwebs. A very nice fellow posted this info as brake pad part numbers for the '08 Turbo:


Front Pads:

Porsche Part # 955.351.939.63
Pagid Part # T1798
EBC Yellowstuff Part # DP41835R
Carbotech Part# CT1349

Rear Pads:

Porsche Part # 955.352.939.63
Pagid Part # T1863
EBC Yellowstuff Part # DP41836R
Carbotech Part# CT1350

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