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Re: A couple of q's on front discs and pads.Meg 3
Bigger outside diameter discs may not necessarily mean more friction area -
That's a good point....check out the friction area of the actual pads. If its the same I guess that may mean that a larger diameter disc may run slightly cooler?
What is your motive Coup ? better braking performance or style? (show off your discs through the wheels).
If its performance would motorsports grade pads be worth fitting? But would they wear the disc faster too ?
Fitting calipers with more pistons gives better braking too.
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