rear rotor suggestions
davidb01 at attbi.com
Tue Nov 5 22:00:06 EST 2002
RE: Porterfield pads, two sources I know of are Speedware Motorsports &
Porterfield direct http://www.porterfield-brakes.com/ . I've purchased my
sets direct, and have been extremely satisfied with their street compound,
R-4S - they have full bite when cold, are long lasting, and are very
rotor-friendly. I recommend them highly.
FYI - Porterfield states the R-4S compound is "Street High-performance &
Limited Competition", which sounds like they would work for track days.
However, I wore one set out completely in 3 sessions in a single track day.
What remained looked like meteorite. Since then, I have used their
competition compound, R-4 (front & rear), which have incredible stopping
power once warmed up, and seem to last long for a track pad. They will wear
very quickly on the street, so I recommend installation at the track if
'91 200q20v Lago Avant, 140k
From: 200q20v-admin at audifans.com [mailto:200q20v-admin at audifans.com] On
Behalf Of Patrick Anderson
Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 3:51 PM
To: 200q20v list
Subject: rear rotor suggestions
<snip> Also, I am gonna put on stainless lines (fronts are already
stainless) and Pagid or Porterfield hi-performance street compound. Where
have you all found these for our car. I have checked the usual
suspects...2Bennett and Blau.
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