MPP Page Mill P3D+ Front Rotors

James W

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Any leads for a track pad to pair with the Page Mill p3d+ rotors? Since the caliper is brembo there must be a pad is available that crosses over from another vehicle.
 

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Any leads for a track pad to pair with the Page Mill p3d+ rotors? Since the caliper is brembo there must be a pad is available that crosses over from another vehicle.
Mountain Pass Performance is probably searching for pads now.
 

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What/why does it matter if they are Stoptech's?
Had a set on my Audi TT - glad to hear this since I just ordered the MPP rotors! The rotors on the TT were great; that car was too heavy for the track and barely a heat crack was seen.

These are stock diameter P3D+ rotors, so whatever you've got on your car will still fit!
So would dust shields from the performance brake update car work here.. hmm
 

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Had a set on my Audi TT - glad to hear this since I just ordered the MPP rotors! The rotors on the TT were great; that car was too heavy for the track and barely a heat crack was seen.



So would dust shields from the performance brake update car work here.. hmm
Yes indeed, you have to remove the dust shields on the RWD/AWD non-P 365mm BBK since the extra diameter causes the rotors to touch the shields!
 

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Yes indeed, you have to remove the dust shields on the RWD/AWD non-P 365mm BBK since the extra diameter causes the rotors to touch the shields!
Yes expected but was wondering if the OEM shields for the non-stealth would fit.. Or I'm just leaving them off like you say ;)
 

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