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Old 11-23-2023, 06:32 PM   #99
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Any recommendations for my setup?
You'll want to email CSG with your setup and use case, for a recommendation. I have no idea what your setup is or what you do with the car, so any recommendation I make is just a blind shot in the dark.
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Old 11-24-2023, 02:14 AM   #100
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You'll want to email CSG with your setup and use case, for a recommendation. I have no idea what your setup is or what you do with the car, so any recommendation I make is just a blind shot in the dark.
I had put it above😅
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Old 11-24-2023, 03:33 PM   #101
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I had put it above😅
Ah, apologies. I reply to hundreds of messages/emails a day, and don't look for context unless clued in!

For your setup, CP front and rear would get the job done without issue, and also be pretty quiet.

The only caveat will be that you will want to FULLY cool your brakes down after each lap before parking, so that you do not get unwanted brake deposits from the pad sticking to the rotor, as the CP is ultimately a supremely capable street pad. It doesn't like being parked hot.
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Ah, apologies. I reply to hundreds of messages/emails a day, and don't look for context unless clued in!

For your setup, CP front and rear would get the job done without issue, and also be pretty quiet.

The only caveat will be that you will want to FULLY cool your brakes down after each lap before parking, so that you do not get unwanted brake deposits from the pad sticking to the rotor, as the CP is ultimately a supremely capable street pad. It doesn't like being parked hot.

Thank you very much, I had no idea of that characteristic, I will try them next year
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I checked my CSG CP pads on stock sliders after about 2 years of dd and autocross. I have just under 20k miles on these pads.

The material left is between 9.5-10mm because of slight pad taper. They have always had a slight bit of noise likely because I put them on stock rotors that had been run for 6k miles.
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@dragoontwo two those look basically new!
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@dragoontwo two those look basically new!
If you say so. What is the new thickness supposed to be for the CP on the stock calipers?
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If you say so. What is the new thickness supposed to be for the CP on the stock calipers?
18mm front 17mm rear, including the backing plate.
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