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gonna_go_double_r



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Anyone using Redstuff brake pads on 2010-12 / Brembos ?

Just been on the 'bay, google, and EBC website and plugging in my model, I can't see any options for Redstuff pads...

Am I missing something? Are Redstuff available for the Brembos? Pretty sure people here have fitted them...

Otherwise might have to go with Greenstuff.

Any tips?

Many thanks.

. when I joined I was gonna_go_double_r,
now I've well and truly 'gone' double r:
2011 Vogue SE 4.4 with lots of toys in Stornaway

Post #501413 13th Jan 2019 3:20pm
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Mikey



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They are available. I have a set for mine when it gets rebuilt Thumbs Up

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gonna_go_double_r



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Thanks Mikey.

For what year are yours?

Don't suppose you have the part number? Bow down Bow down Bow down

Wondering why they are not coming up - maybe because in 2010 all the 322's got the Brembos but the callipers became Range Rover printed on the outside.

. when I joined I was gonna_go_double_r,
now I've well and truly 'gone' double r:
2011 Vogue SE 4.4 with lots of toys in Stornaway

Post #501417 13th Jan 2019 3:30pm
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Mikey



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I'll check when I get back to work on Monday. All 6 pot pads are the same Thumbs Up

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gonna_go_double_r



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Thanks guys!

I think it's a database problem.

. when I joined I was gonna_go_double_r,
now I've well and truly 'gone' double r:
2011 Vogue SE 4.4 with lots of toys in Stornaway

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S.Hafsmo



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Quote from EBCbrakes.com

Quote:
Redstuff ceramic brake pads, passenger car/saloon car pad NOT made for Truck or SUV fitments
 2007 L322 3.6 TDV8 Stornoway

Post #501429 13th Jan 2019 4:42pm
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Mikey



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And yet, they have made them for an SUV Wink

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S.Hafsmo



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I've only seen them for very small "SUVs".

Doesn't seem like they recommend them for such applications.

https://ebcbrakes.com/brakes-selector-chart/ 2007 L322 3.6 TDV8 Stornoway

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Mikey



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Using a weight of 2300kg, and 335bhp (around that of a 4.4 L405) it recommended Greenstuff or Redstuff...


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procee



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From my experience in various vehicles, yellowstuff is much better than the redstuff as far as heat fading goes. 2006 MY FFRR 4.2 S/C autobiography (Auckland Blue - 901)
1996 Discovery 300Tdi S (Silver)
1995 Volvo 850 T-5 est (now in Valhalla) (verdigris metallic)
1987 Volvo 240 GL est (now in Valhalla - not owned but driven lots)
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dolph34



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+1 for yellow stuff , give OEM feel and stopping power and the hotter they get , the better they get. IMHO 2015 4.4 AB
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R1 1998

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gonna_go_double_r



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Just off the phone to EBC...

They are saying go for Greenstuff or Yellow stuff.

The Redstuffs for (for Brembo 6-pot / 2010-2012) are no longer available they are saying they are not happy with the performance on heavy Range Rovers and are withdrawing them.

Which explains why they are not coming up on many websites now.

Any residual stock may be out there, after that go green or go yellow!

Part numbers:

Ultimax DPX2064

Greenstuff DP62064

Yellow DP42064 when I joined I was gonna_go_double_r,
now I've well and truly 'gone' double r:
2011 Vogue SE 4.4 with lots of toys in Stornaway

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nearlee



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I've put the green stuff pads on the front of mine, so far very little brake dust and it still stops fine even with trailer in tow. Remember:- amateurs built the ark
Proffesionals built the titanic

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Charles89



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ECP are a UK distributor of EBC so I order via them and let them do the leg work.

Mine are being fitted today, so I will take pictures and post up later. I made sure to get the 2018> formula red stuff not old stock. As the new formula is ceramic and apparently much lower dust than previous ebc red stuff Thumbs Up

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