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NinTenTom 04-21-2012 05:30 AM

Correct EBC Yellowstuff P/N for R56?
 
I'm trying to figure out what the correct part numbers for a 2011 R56 hardtop S is for EBC yellowstuff pads. It's confusing because sites such as summit racing show two different model front pads and another site shows only 1 of those two and same thing for the rear pads. Does anyone know exactly which part numbers i'm supposed to look for to purchase? Thanks! :D

edit: i went on the EBC website already but couldn't find any application guide of sorts either

Snip's 04-21-2012 09:17 AM

The two different part numbers have to do with weather or not you have the JCW (Brembo) brakes.
Here is WMW's brake section which should help. And of course, the rears only take one part number.
http://www.waymotorworks.com/07-10-c...es/index2.html

Take2 04-21-2012 02:55 PM

Would like to know your opinion on the yellowstuff pads when you get them.

NinTenTom 04-22-2012 12:46 AM

[quote=Snip's;740832]The two different part numbers have to do with weather or not you have the JCW (Brembo) brakes.
Here is WMW's brake section which should help. And of course, the rears only take one part number.
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Unfortunately, the pictures on the site are too small to see the P/N's.

Snip's 05-01-2012 01:52 AM

OK, here you go NinTenTom.
Fluid Motor Union lists part numbers.
http://fluidmotorunion.rpmware.com/e.../i-438759.aspx

NinTenTom 05-05-2012 05:07 AM

[quote=Snip's;742538]OK, here you go NinTenTom.
Fluid Motor Union lists part numbers.
[url="[/QUOTE]

Interesting. Will have a look. :tu:

Porthos 05-10-2012 04:13 PM

Why yellowstuff? Do you plan to do a lot of track time? I had yellows on my last car that never saw track and they were way too much because they needed to warm up first beforegiving any good braking. That is why when I did the brakes on my r56 I went with reds. Way better for the street then yellows.

NinTenTom 05-11-2012 06:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Porthos (Post 744436)
Why yellowstuff? Do you plan to do a lot of track time? I had yellows on my last car that never saw track and they were way too much because they needed to warm up first beforegiving any good braking. That is why when I did the brakes on my r56 I went with reds. Way better for the street then yellows.

Yes for track duty. :D


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