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Old 9th November 2019, 08:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Going to renew my brake discs

As title, Question my existing brake pads still got loads of meat on them can I use them on the new discs?

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I would have thought that you shouldn’t reuse your old pads as you want to avoid any uneven wear to the new rotors. It is likely that the old brake pads will not be perfectly flat therefore also causing issues around groves. Have a chat with a specialist for peace of mind as brake pads are a lot cheaper to replace than the rotors. I have always used Litchfield for my Gtr and they have been honest and good to me but each to there own. I would also look to update your Ecutek to version 7 as it’s a general all round improvement.
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