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Old 22-03-2016, 07:42 PM
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Just been looking at the forza FP3's they say their a good upgrade from the ferodo ds2500 that im running atm. I might give these ago.

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After one track day, Im pretty happy with some EBC yellows i have up front in my wilwood 6 pots. Much better than the QFMs i had before, and also better than the wilwood bp10s my calipers originally came with.

Also liking some ferodo ds3000s i have on the rear. But thats not really a good test of the pads on the rear? They do lock up with the hydro when hot though. Which i could never do with the cosworth pads i had in the rear before.
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Old 22-03-2016, 08:12 PM
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In our gravel rally GC8, 4 pots/2pots with booster, we have used Pagid rs4-2, which were great with lots of feel, but $$$
Then had some qfm comp2, and A1RM, which didn't fade, but lacked feel/control.
Some hawk?? things which were bedded in properly then removed at first service!
Now on our second set of Winmax W5s, and cannot see us trying anything else. Heaps of control (as good as the pagids) and no fade even with the discs glowing.
I cannot comment on noise or dust, or daily use, as these are not a priority for us, but for performance they work really well.
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Old 22-03-2016, 08:17 PM
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Second the winmax's.. Dust is high, but pedal feel & longevity is very strong.. I run w7's up front, so need a bit of work to get temp to come up to operating, but I rate them.


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