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    FS.306 GTi6 EBC Greenstuff pads-SOLD

    For Sale.

    Brand new, never used or looked at (sealed box) EBC Greenstuff PADS for the 306GTi. They will not fit S16, XSI, Rallye etc. But I have been told they may fit a VTS XSARA.

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    $100 + postage and associated costs if outside of Sydney area.

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    I thought they were cheaper than that?

    Last time I saw them for $85 (though on special)
    which web site I don't remember. May have been autospeed or one of those.

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    Au$146 from AutoSpeed site

    <a href="http://www.autospeed.com/cgi-bin/browse.cgi?ecomsvr=&category=632&product=100360032 9" target="_blank">Autospeed webstore price.</a>

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    62.05 UK Pounds delivered to Australia from the NeedForSpeed site <a href="http://www.needforspeed.co.uk/pages/sbv_pn.asp?PartNo=DP21047&LineNo=408281000" target="_blank">Need For Speed - UK</a>
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    A lot of the 206GTi guys swear by them ... they won't fit MY02-03 GTi's though, they changed the brakes

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    tekkie will they fit my 306 style question question if so i will buy them
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    John,

    Unfortunately they are GTI6 or nothing. (XSARA VTS maybe).

    Would love to sell them to you but they wouldnt fit.

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    Mmmm Tekkie let me get $100(im paying off fines ATM) and ill probably buy them.

    Do you know if there is a big difference between these and the stock Pug Pads?

    Im fairly interested though
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    Sorry but are you selling all 4 pads or just the front? I assume its just the front?

    $100 sounds very reasonable though
    PEUGEOT 306 GTi6 (1997-1999 HYBRID)
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    2:09 Phillip Island (Toyo Street Tyres)

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    STOCK-1:15 CALDER Long Circuit (Stock Street Tyres + Stock Pads :banghead )
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    $100 brand new, is an excellent price...
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    WRCPUG:
    Do you know if there is a big difference between these and the stock Pug Pads?
    EBC Greenstuff are excellent for hard street driving or light race work. I have them on my S16, and although they don't have the initial bite of standard pads, I have punished them sevearly on Mt Glorious and was not able to get them to fade. Now I have the DBA slotted rotors on, they now have alot more cold bite, though as they are still bedding in I havent got stuck into them yet.
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    WRCPUG,

    They are just the front set.
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    Votek, what are you using instead?

    I'm interested
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    I ended up getting Bendix(france) pads.

    I had to bed in the new rotors and EBC wasnt recommended as the pad to bed the new rotors with. And since I have the Swift for racing I couldnt be bothered getting the EBC's fitted to the 306 now.
    There is a huge difference in the amount of dust generated though EBC's were so clean.
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    tekkie:

    There is a huge difference in the amount of dust generated though EBC's were so clean.
    Tell me about it tekkie. My wheels get covered in brake dust the moment you touch the pedal as you drive out the driveway! I just leave my wheels semi-dirty now!

    Derek

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    Yeah I know about the bedding. I was thinking we'd get the rotors when we were down to 10% or so to go on the pads. Use them to bed in and switch to the EBCs...
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    I think EBC pads have far less Carbon content, that's why they are so much cleaner to use.

    The glue compound has a higher temp rating also.

    EBC pads work best with EBC rotors, i have heard of compatability problems with EBC pads/DBA rotor combinations..

    and at $100 for these new pads, thats about $60 less than RRP..

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    Well I just got some DBA slotted rotors for my S16 to go with the EBC Green's. I had heard that this was not a perfect combination...if so, I can always try something different. In any case, I can't see them halving the life of the pads or anything like that. I don't mind spending $130/2 years on new pads.

    If you think about it logically, pad wear is a function of friction. If the pads are wearing quickly on DBA rather than EBC rotors , it's a sign that the rotors are wearing less. At $130/side, it's no great loss that the pads wear quicker as you save when it comes to replacing the rotors in less time.

    From what I have seen in the initial bed-in period, these rotors with the EBC's give as much cold bite as OEM rotors give with hot bite. Can't wait till Sarah gets back from taking the car up to Gympie on a 300km run...she'll be sorted then...the car that is.
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    i know i'd rather put up with black dust knowing that the pads are wearing instead of the rotors bieng eaten away
    then again i am still running original rotors and pads
    they might wear out one day
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    Guys bit off topic sorry but how are GTi6's and brake fade? Is it bad or not very noticeable?
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    Generally the black dust is due to the carbon content of the pad. The OEM Lucas pads I used to have were VERY dusty. EBC's...zero carbon and very little dust.

    You can also get EBC Blacks, which are standard replacement pads. I believe these are also very good and are under $100 for 306's.
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    might take me a few more years yet to get around to changing the brakes in the GTi-6
    it only travels around 3-5000km's a year
    i'll have to slow down it's done nearly 1700km's this year roll_lau
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    I had a chat to DBA tech support people and it was mentioned that the main problem is with the initial bedding in of the rotors. The 1st couple of microns of the rotor material have to be bedded in correctly. since EBC's run at higher temperatures they can crate problems in the 1st 100kms or so if heavy braking is required.

    EBC's are therefore recommended for bedded in rotors. If you buy new rotors, and use EBC's, DBA recommends using old pads for initial km's then putting EBC afterwards for the grip, dust free formula, and great performance on track.

    WRCPUG,
    OEM pads are quite good, and I had no fade problems, and Lincoln will prob say the same. But EBC's are rated to higher temps, and would suit "spirited" driving more. Also a few people reported high wear on rotors with OEM pads on their GTi's. But that could have been purely due to their driving style.
    EBC greestuff is a street/track pad.

    Now. Who wants the PADS? They are still for sale at over 1/3 less than store prices. 2_cents

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    I've never experienced brake fade on the GTi6. At Wakefield the pedal never deepened, what I did find interesting is that I would occasionally lock up more on some laps rathers than others. Same corners, similar entry speeds, but sometimes I would lock more and sometimes I wouldn't. Made it a bit tricky to get a good lap time by just jumping on the brakes.

    Voytek, consider them sold. I'll need to meet up with you sometime. In North Sydney any time soon? Could wait until the next cruise...I'll definately buy them off you.
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    Lincoln,

    No problems. If you need them soon, I can meet up with you for a coffee say in glebe somewhere or I'll hold them for you until the next cruise.

    What you are describing is spot on. I noticed that as well with the GTI6 but I thought it was just my imagination
    The problem I found is that at times the ABS kicks in really early allowing the car to move forward and at times it just grips and the Pug stops. I tend to think it has to do with the "progressivness" (is that a word?) of the brake pad material at different temperature ranges.

    anyhoo.
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    Thanks Tekkie. There's no rush on the pads, unless you in a rush for the money. Next cruise is fine, or just keep them in the car and I'll call if I'm in North Ryde one day.

    Yeah, the ABS thing is funny in the GTi6, a bit concerning, thought they would be more predictable, but they're not. I really should've gone as a passenger with you at Wakefield and vice versa, would've been good.
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