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Re: Re: V8 brake pads Performance Friction #
On Fri, 18 Apr 1997 email@example.com wrote:
> Does dual piston mean the UFO's? I think a standard caliper has a
> single piston, right? When did you try to get them?
I clarified some confusion on my part here. First of all, the Girling
60 is a regular (meaning non-UFO) dual piston caliper which can be
found on all the later 5000 Turbo Quattros, and on an assortment of non-UFO
100/200/S4/S6 cars. The pad for this caliper is the 419, which PFC does
not make. The 394 is apparently (according to my FMSI book) the pad for an
alternate caliper for the '90/'91 200 Quattro/non-Quattro. It may be
used elsewhere also, I don't know. The 394 is used in a number of hot
BMW sedans such as the M5.
I have a set of 394s in stock currently which are slated to be
returned to PFC, since they are not the correct pad for my car. If you
determine that the 394 is the pad you need, let me know.
Graydon D. Stuckey
'86 5KCSTQ - Lotsa Go-fast Toys!
'89 T-bird - Lotsa Look-Good Toys! (don't need any more Go-fast toys!)
'85 RX7 - pooooooor baby, No Toys! :-(