Ferodo DS2500. Why? Works great with the Brembos, and very usable on the street as well.Please name your favorite
Red stuff for the track.....yellow stuff for fast road applications in my opinion.EBC yellowstuff???
FOR ROTORS: They never show any rust when sitting for few days.Please name your favorite
what part # EBC pads for Brembo calipers?Red stuff for the track.....yellow stuff for fast road applications in my opinion.
EBC site list discs and pads for Brembo if you search for Abarth 124 Spider brakes. I'm not spoon feeding you disc and pad numbers.what part # EBC pads for Brembo calipers?
Hi, Do you know the part number for the HP2000 pads. The Brembo site does not list any HP2000 pads for the Abarth 124 Spider.Brembo HP-2000. Just as good as Ferodo for less $$
I have 8 track sessions (about 16 hours) and an autocross on my 2500's and they still have a ton of lifePBS if they do them. I found Ferodo just crumbled away on track.
Apparently, 9 track sessions are one too many. Never running Ferodo 2500's again on the track. Caliper seems fine and not seized. This was the driver's rear and doesn't seem to be an ebrake issue either.I have 8 track sessions (about 16 hours) and an autocross on my 2500's and they still have a ton of life
My first thought was seized/poorly lubricated caliper pins but they appear fine. It was a catastrophic failure on the track; it was not progressive (that I could tell).Looks like a lubrication issue. If your certain the caliper piston wasn’t cocked causing a bind. Doesn’t look like a pad failure to me. Also just a note, I have never seen a pad fail like that. Usually the delaminate or crack.