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PastorVerl

Need Brake Pad Advice

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This is certainly not a new topic.  There is a lot of information on brake pads on this site and it is difficult to sort through.  However, I am looking for a short concise info on brake pads. I drive my 2000 Boxster 2.7 base aggressively and spirited on the street and the mountain roads in northern California. I track my car about 5 times a year. What brake pads would you suggest.

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IMHO factory pads are fine for your driving style.

Be sure to check your rotors for wear as many times they are at or over their limit when pads are changed.

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I have a few sets of very lightly used hybrid high performance pads from my old Boxster track days just sitting on a shelf.   Pm if u want a great deal.   I cannot check right now, but think there may be some hawk hps and some pagid.   I’m from San Diego.

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