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Turbo S Brake Disc destroyed

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Very scary thing happens to me this night. On the highway i hear a strange noise . Stopped the car .what I saw made me feel a bit scary . The turbo s with his bigger brakes has a mounted socket on the brake discs. It’s connected with a handful of special screws  some of the screws 

Are destroyed and the socket is not fitted to the brake disc anymore. Unbelievable.


could somebody provide me with the part number of the screws . Thank you very much 

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Wow! If the hat separated from the disc because those fasteners were missing or came loose I fear that rotor may be ruined as the rotational forces while the wheel is in motion may have ovaled-out the mounting holes. Good luck and keep us posted.

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These bolts are tightened to 270Nm or 200 ftlb, it's obvious that at some time they have been removed and put back NOT according to the service instructions. I would check the other side, let us know.

What model, 955 or 957?


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