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      11-25-2011, 05:31 PM   #1
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Edit: everything has been sold.

I finally bit the bullet and got a set of stoptech's and am selling off various sets of used track pads for the stock caliper.

Here's what I've got:

Performance friction PFC01's
* Front - 12.6mm thickness $60 shipped
* Rear - 10.6mm thickness $60 shipped

Raybestos ST43 - not many people know about these pads, but I've been using them for years with great results. They rank right up there with the PFC's and last longer (Do a google search if you don't believe me).
* Front 10mm thickness. Probably only good for one more track day (or can be used to clean off rotors with pad deposits). $25 shipped
* Rear - 12.1 mm thickness. Awsome pads. These fit correctly unlike my 1st set that I had. $80 shipped

Titanium backing plates for front caliper - $80 shipped

All measurements listed are from the thinnest pad of the set. Raybestos pictures are on the top, PFC are on the bottom.
Let me know if you have any questions.

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      11-27-2011, 10:12 AM   #2
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I'll take the backing plates. What's your paypal?
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      12-01-2011, 11:28 PM   #3
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Pads and titanium shims still available.
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      12-06-2011, 02:53 PM   #4
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Ok how about some package deals to get ready for the upcoming track season.

$100 for the front and rear PFC01's
$160 for the front and rear PFC01's and ti shims

$80 for the front and rear raybestos st43's (awasome track pads)
$140 for the front and rear raybestos st43's and ti shims
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      01-31-2012, 10:36 PM   #5
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Just realized that I still have these sitting in my garage. Track season is upon us folks!
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Just realized that I still have these sitting in my garage. Track season is upon us folks!
Where are you located in NorCal? (I'm in Monterey)
Do you still have PFC front and rear?
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Please forgive the silly question, but what are the Ti shims good for?
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Please forgive the silly question, but what are the Ti shims good for?
vibration and heat transfer I think. I honestly am not 100% sure
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Titanium shims act as a heat soak between the pads and the caliper. They can potentially help prevent the melted dust boots that happen from track use.
Merk, I sent you a pm. Let me know if you want to check them out in person. Otherwise shipping might be easier because we're about an hour apart.
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Make me some offers. Track season is here!
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Pfc's are sold.
Make me offers on the titanium shims and st43's
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Trying to PM you but box is full. Still have the shims?
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Trying to PM you but box is full. Still have the shims?
I believe everything is sold. I bought the rest of it and I am 75% sure he didn't have the shims. Nice seller though.
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Sorry, I sold everything a while back and lost site of this thread.
Merked, hope the pads are working out for you.
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