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      07-20-2010, 05:55 AM   #1
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Pagid RS-19 Yellows

What are people paying for a front/rear set of Pagid RS-19 pads?
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      07-20-2010, 11:41 AM   #2
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Lots of $$$$$$$
That's no help!

I've been quote ~$735 for front and rears. I should just pull the trigger for a front BBK.
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Where did you get that quote?

Thanks.
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Where did you get that quote?

Thanks.
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The BBK price of course doesn't normally include RS-19 pads so if you want the performance and rotor durability that the RS-19's provide, then you'll need to add that cost on.

Agreed, I went with Carbotech XP-12 for the fronts and XP-10 for the rears. If I get fade, on to the BBK.

I went for the "pre-bed option" Mikey Jr. at Carbotech made a hard sell.
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The BBK price of course doesn't normally include RS-19 pads so if you want the performance and rotor durability that the RS-19's provide, then you'll need to add that cost on.
Add on about $800 to the cost of a BBK.
I just priced out some RS29s for my AP BBK.
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The XP-12's will provide good bite but they are tougher on rotors than the RS-19's.

Now you tell me, the cost differential equates to the price of new rotors.
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Thanks again. I just talked to Craig.
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Now you tell me, the cost differential equates to the price of new rotors.
No because Pagid usually last a little longer than Carbotech. Carbotechs are really nice but they just don't last long!
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Pm me if interested...i have a set of RS19 for the OEM Rear Caliper that has 2 track days on them. They look as good as new.
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Thanks again. I just talked to Craig.
Welcome, I got dinged for extra $$ because you got the last set he had

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No because Pagid usually last a little longer than Carbotech. Carbotechs are really nice but they just don't last long!
Good info, thank you. I changed my order to the Pagids.
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Pm me if interested...i have a set of RS19 for the OEM Rear Caliper that has 2 track days on them. They look as good as new.

I appreciate it but just got a new set.
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Welcome, I got dinged for extra $$ because you got the last set he had .
Actually, he told me he had to talk to a Pagid engineer in Florida to get more. So it must have been someone else . I guess Craig is becoming popular.
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Actually, he told me he had to talk to a Pagid engineer in Florida to get more. So it must have been someone else . I guess Craig is becoming popular.
No worries...Pads shipped yesterday
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Do these have the metal spring clips on the back? And are they sintered (meaning, no bedding in required)?


I've used XP12 once and based on the wear I'd say they only last for about 4-5 days. Plus I'm just not sure they're as good (or maybe my braking technique needs lots of improvement).

I'm trying to decide for my next set of track pads, currently considering Pagids, Endless (on the $$$ side) and Cobalt Friction XR1/XR3 (under $500).
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Yes they have the metal clips and the pad sensors - fit perfectly. You do need to bed them. They are phenominal brake pads.
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Yes they have the metal clips and the pad sensors - fit perfectly. You do need to bed them. They are phenominal brake pads.
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