Brakes - Fast road and track set ups...IN HERE.

Discussion in 'Suspension, Brakes & Steering' started by Chris_200CUP, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. RSPez

    RSPez Gold Member

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    214
    Location:
    Shrewsbury
    Car:
    Storm grey Clio 200.
    Best place to order:

    Brembo HC discs
    Ferodo 2500 pads
    OE rear discs
    Brembo rear pads

    Thanks in advance
     

  2. Johnny 99

    Johnny 99 Winner - POTM October 2018 Platinum Member

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    2,560
    Location:
    Inverness
    Car:
    Clio Renaultsport 200
    I got my Brembo HC + DS2500 from George @ RTR parts. Good service, good advice & good prices.
    www.roadtrackraceparts.com
     
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  3. RSPez

    RSPez Gold Member

    Messages:
    214
    Location:
    Shrewsbury
    Car:
    Storm grey Clio 200.
    Thanks I'm having a look at them
    now.
     
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  4. Matt Scarbro

    Matt Scarbro

    Messages:
    342
    Location:
    Lincs
    Car:
    Clio 200
    Has anyone tried EBC Orangestuff on their Clio?

    I was about set on CL RC5+ but I've seen a few people mention squeal which is something I'm really keen to avoid.

    I know a couple of people who use the Oranges on different road/track cars and speak highly of them. They don't squeal on their cars either which is promising.
     
  5. nutnutwelshman

    nutnutwelshman Gold Member

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    10,322
    Car:
    Renault
    Sorry I know iam going to get it in the the head but FAST ROAD ????????? give me a clue I know iam old and slow but in lighten me please tx OLD MAN
     
  6. Christopher

    Christopher

    Messages:
    748
    Location:
    Manchester
    Car:
    200 Clubsport
    An occasional daily or weekend car that sees the odd track day but primarily is used and enjoyed as a road car.

    The term Clubsport is a banded around, but that's basically the idea. Not track cars, but modified to be enjoyed on the road with occasional track use.

    Not too compromised on the track, but not hindered by track modifications on the road. A nice balance.
     
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  7. nutnutwelshman

    nutnutwelshman Gold Member

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    10,322
    Car:
    Renault
    Thank You Christopher I do about 5 a year
     
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  8. Moono16v

    Moono16v

    Messages:
    47
    Car:
    Megane 250.
    Are the OEM front discs HC Brembo?
     
  9. mannors007

    mannors007

    Messages:
    85
    Location:
    Bicester
    Car:
    Clio RS200
    The brakes on my newly purchased RS200 Cup were far from strong on the test drive, a good inspection when I got home showed very worn pads and putted discs.

    So I have ordered

    XP10 Pads (front)
    Brembo Pads (rear)
    Brembo Discs (front)
    Pagid Discs (rear)
    Goodridge hoses all round
    New pins etc.

    Hopefully that get things back to how they should be
     
  10. Cullen

    Cullen Paid Member

    Messages:
    68
    Car:
    Clio 197
    HEL Braided lines all round
    standard discs and pads on the rear
    Brembo h/c discs front
    mintex F2R pads
    motul 660 fluid


    If anyone is looking for an upgrade to the ferrodo ds2500 then try the mintex F2R'S
     
  11. Cullen

    Cullen Paid Member

    Messages:
    68
    Car:
    Clio 197

    I wouldn't touch ebc with a 10ft bargepole utter shite and the most inconsistent pad ive ever used. anyone who says there brilliant really hasn't tested enough other makes of pads.

    the cl rc5's are pricey, id personally try the Mintex F2R very very good
     
  12. Jack Maxwell

    Jack Maxwell Gold Member

    Messages:
    98
    Car:
    Clio 200 Silverstone
    AP racing 330mm curved vented discs with ferodo DS2500, PFC665 fluid and braided lines.

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  13. VolumeX

    VolumeX

    Messages:
    719
    Car:
    Clio mk3 197 & 200 20th
    Nice rotors... now you can attack those arches.
     

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