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      02-11-2019, 10:32 AM   #4
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Drives: M2 Competition
Join Date: Oct 2018
Location: Bedfordshire

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Originally Posted by detroitm2 View Post
Do not run stock pads. While it may be ok if you take it easy, you run the risk of damaging your rotors pretty bad.

I plan on running ferodo DS1.11 pads on the front and DS2500 in the rear. The nice thing about the DS1.11 is, it's pretty close in compound to the DS2500s, which can be used on the street. So I can get away with just swapping the fronts in track day, and not have to worry about rebedding before and after each event.
I will be running this exact set up on my AP Racing BBK's when I get them fitted to the car. Jeff Ritter from Essex Parts (where I bought the AP brakes) spoke about the DS2500 and DS1.11s having the same compound, which reduced the need to bed the DS2500s back in after the track day. Can't wait to try them out!
2019 HS DCT M2 Competition with Essex AP Racing Radical Pro5000r front and rear BBKs, Bilstein B16s and 763M wheels with Cup 2s