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What is best brake discs for sq5. Stock, drilled or drilled and grooved, and what make?
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oem..drilled.grooved etc just for show...not easy to source as oddball size..best option tps £250 each ish +vat.
 

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as stated front tps £500+vat..rear ebc ebay £106.
 

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I have drilled front and rear, The front ones cost £146 a pair from a company called Mtec. I've had them for about six months and still happy with the performance. Paired with decent brake pads and in my opinion much better that the OEM set up.
 

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I have Slotted DBA Discs rear, frightened of the day I need to replace the fronts with the 380mm discs!
 

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I have drilled front and rear, The front ones cost £146 a pair from a company called Mtec. I've had them for about six months and still happy with the performance. Paired with decent brake pads and in my opinion much better that the OEM set up.
they dont look like sq5 calipers?
 

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What is best brake discs for sq5. Stock, drilled or drilled and grooved, and what make?
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I went MTEC £267.98 delivered:
MTEC4006HC SKU: C26-C31-2B3: front brake discs (drilled only)
MTEC1520 SKU: 3003706: rear brake discs (drilled only)
SKU: 5000106: black protective coating

Images @ 300-miles and superb with Ferodo Ferodo Eco-Friction Green brake pads: FDB4969 (Fronts @ £90) and FDB4190 (rears @ £40)

 

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I went MTEC £267.98 delivered:
MTEC4006HC SKU: C26-C31-2B3: front brake discs (drilled only)
MTEC1520 SKU: 3003706: rear brake discs (drilled only)

SKU: 5000106: black protective coating

Images @ 300-miles and superb with Ferodo Ferodo Eco-Friction Green brake pads: FDB4969 (Fronts @ £90) and FDB4190 (rears @ £40)
Looks good


When you say superb pads, do you mean stopping power or amount of dust created? Also did you change them yourself? Do you know if the after the rear electronic parking brake has been retracted, does the caliper piston needs a tool to rewind further and do they also need to be rotated?
 
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