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      03-28-2019, 07:38 PM   #45
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Just to confirm, the correct front part number is then FCP4611 for the "OG" F87 M2?
For the front of the M2, that is the correct Ferodo pad.
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Question DS2500 on M2 rear

Is it normal that the DS2500 pads are couple of mm smaller in size than the OEM and cause the pad to jiggle in the caliper? I think it is missing the metal plate that covers the OEM ones.

Did I get the wrong ones?
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Is it normal that the DS2500 pads are couple of mm smaller in size than the OEM and cause the pad to jiggle in the caliper? I think it is missing the metal plate that covers the OEM ones.

Did I get the wrong ones?
Yes, it is completely normal. Each manufacturer has their own tolerances and some could be an mm or so off. Sometimes if you transfer the sound deadening plates over from your OEM pads the rattle can be reduced.
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Is the DS2500 a big step up from the Porterfield R4S or are they similar?

Looking for something more aggressive than the R4S.
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Is the DS2500 a big step up from the Porterfield R4S or are they similar?

Looking for something more aggressive than the R4S.
R4S is a performance street pad. DS2500 is a hybrid street/track pad. You will have a lot more bite with the DS2500 on and off of the track. Just keep in mind that DS2500 is not a full track pad so you still can't push it too hard on the track.
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Is the DS2500 a big step up from the Porterfield R4S or are they similar?

Looking for something more aggressive than the R4S.
R4S is a performance street pad. DS2500 is a hybrid street/track pad. You will have a lot more bite with the DS2500 on and off of the track. Just keep in mind that DS2500 is not a full track pad so you still can't push it too hard on the track.
Thanks. I overheated and cracked the R4S in the canyons so I'm going for full on track/sprint pads this week.

R4S simply didn't hold up for aggressive street use.
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Thanks. I overheated and cracked the R4S in the canyons so I'm going for full on track/sprint pads this week.

R4S simply didn't hold up for aggressive street use.
DS1.11 is a great full track pad.
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