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  1. MKTViper

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    Hey all,
    My 06 F430 just went over 40K miles, and the original CCB pads are getting "close", especially the fronts. Anyone know a good source to purchase them from? I really only need the fronts, the rears can probably last another year. I did find a set on eBay. Thoughts? Recommendations?

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    Mike
     
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  3. Manda racing

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  4. Need4Spd

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    Ricambi or Scuderiacarparts


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  5. MKTViper

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    out of stock for both
     
  6. MKTViper

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  8. clean512

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    I have a extremely nice set for the rear. Pm me
     
  9. Need4Spd

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    Yikes. Your decision but I would not trust a set from eBay.
    Instead, find Pagid RSC-1 pads for your car as a slightly better alternative to OEM. E.g. at Vivid Racing.


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  10. tomw

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    I always thought you had to change discs and pads together? Is this a myth?
     
  11. mwstewart

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    Yes. That has never been the case.
     
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  13. mwstewart

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  14. mike32

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    In stock items from eurospares at about £700 front or rear sets
     
  15. Fenz

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  16. CoreyNJ

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    Is that specific to year? I thought on the 08 and 09 the CCM disc replacement is based upon a reading of % used or if discs are physically damaged. I know the Leonardo computer can read that %. The pads are much less "hard" than the rotors and it's about heat cycles.
     
  17. Fenz

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    I guess it's not year specific, MY are not mentioned anywhere in the workshop manual, regarding CCM.
    The % reading is not correct sometimes... I have seen CCM discs totally worn out, with good % left according to the computer.

    I theory, you should be able to know by using a scale, as most CCM discs has a printed new weight and a printed minimum weight on the bell.
    I have a set of brand new Brembo CCM discs for my car, even when new, then weight does not match the printed weight.




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