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Ebc Green Stuff Or Oem Brake Pads


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  1. 1. Which Brake Pads to go for?

    • EBC Green Stuff DP22002
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Depends what you want and what car there on really. On a standard car maybe just oem but if you have an ST or a tuned car go green stuff for extra stopping power.

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I will never use green stuff pads again after they lasted just over 1000 miles on my Fiesta rs turbo. Had to use the handbrake to stop myself rear ending someone

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What year was that? I've used greenstuff over the last five years and the pads clearly performed better than OEM.

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Do they last as long?
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Yes, I had them on the panda 100hp and they survived well.. Can't remember exactly how far, at least 25k miles. That includes track days and sprints, plus plenty of commuting.

I tried greenstuff about 15 years ago and wasn't impressed, but completely different now.

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Ahh just wondering because was thinking of upgrading my discs and having green stuff when I have the blufin in ....faster I go ibwanna stop sooner too

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It was about 8 years ago. Saw plenty of complaints about them at the time. Changed them for mintex and never looked back.

The oem pads in my 09 Ford Focus were superb - far better then my new Fiesta. And they lasted 43k miles.

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