Enthusiast first, vendor second.
Audi RS5 with a full modaholic treatment
Tell me more about the brembo brake pads.They're saying it'll be a 6-8 week wait for the 380x34mm front rotors once they get the discs in hand for measurements. Do you have the base iron rotor brakes or the CCB's? The CCB kit is apparently going to be out first and it'll be a four-wheel upgrade, the OE sized 380x38mm fronts and 356x32mm rears. Once the 380x34mm disc is done for the base brake setup, you'll be able to use the 356x32mm rear disc for a full four-wheel upgrade.
Having driven iron rotor and CCB cars back to back, you can definitely feel the difference. I love CCB's on the street, will probably never purchase a car without them again. I know some feel differently but I've had a fantastic experience with them. Also, there's a new Brembo carbon ceramic pad option available which is very inexpensive and works as well as the OE pads. Have them on my vehicle now. 1/4 the cost of OE pads.
It'll just be nice to have a far less expensive, track-capable brake package. I won't track my car now as is due to the OE CCB's. I have to stick to the back roads of Mexico No danger of overheating them there as I tend to enjoy those roads somewhat responsibly. But with COTA just down the road, I'm anxious to explore an F1 track. Used to live in Florida and was a regular track junkie at PBIR, Homestead and Sebring.
They're Brembo part number 65016. The on e downside is they come with the little harmonic damper weights which negate using the balance springs. I simply drilled the weights out. It's an extra step but isn't hard. Actually working on a DIY front brake pad servicing video that I should have up in the next few weeks.Tell me more about the brembo brake pads.