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New Brembo Sport Brake Discs & Pads #1657074
20/04/2022 19:58
20/04/2022 19:58
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Cardiff
lancer778544 Offline OP
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Hi all,

Nosing about on the Brembo brake catalog and it looks like Brembo are developing new sport discs and pads for the Coupe (well, the 20vt at least):

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The discs are still in development but the pads look to be available for about £125 for the fronts and £85 for the rears. I will fully admit I don't know how these compare to EBC, Black Diamond e.t.c but it's nice to see more aftermarket parts being available. I love the look of the "Max" discs but they were only ever available for the rears due to being the same fit as an Abarth 500/595 I guess.

Re: New Brembo Sport Brake Discs & Pads [Re: lancer778544] #1657081
21/04/2022 12:10
21/04/2022 12:10
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They could be interesting, particularly for the rears as I have a set of floating discs for the front of mine.


Andy

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Re: New Brembo Sport Brake Discs & Pads [Re: lancer778544] #1657083
21/04/2022 12:31
21/04/2022 12:31
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I was looking at the 305mm discs from Alfa Romeo Mito. From what I can tell, there is a difference only in the hub surface diameter, but the rest is pretty much the same (dimension-wise). Can someone confirm if they are interchangeable?

Re: New Brembo Sport Brake Discs & Pads [Re: lancer778544] #1657091
22/04/2022 09:10
22/04/2022 09:10
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They also list Bendix and Bosch master cylinders. I thought these were NLA for the 20VT.


2000 grigio moon 20VT Plus.
Re: New Brembo Sport Brake Discs & Pads [Re: lancer778544] #1657134
23/04/2022 18:11
23/04/2022 18:11
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Guildford
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I've got Brembo Sport discs & pads - but fitted a couple of years back, discs have straight grooves. They're good.


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