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Brake pads with PP
« on: November 21, 2020, 12:34:59 AM »
I have used yellowstuff(11,000 miles) redstuff 8000 miles, hawk 18,000 miles. I have EBC front rotors, stock PP rear rotors. I have had the best luck with the stock PP pads for my 2013 Taurus SHO with PP.
The old numbers were:

Front Motorcraft # BRF 1475
motorcraft rear BRF 1383 pads
And were between 39.99 and 54.00 bucks. I can't seem to find them anymore. I am stuck on a crappy mini android device so searching has sucked. It was not difficult before they were readily available. Is the exact pad under yet a new number? Anyone with a suggestion for these pads?
Sp542@.028, windstorm CAI, MSD coils, AO GH TUNE, GH intercooler, All Amsoil, General Gmax-rs summer tires, +PP, PP PADS,EDC rotors, Colinite 476s wax, Resonator | 3rd Cat Delete with custom X pipe, Dicunzolo Gen2 Trans Mounts|, 3 bar, stock thermostat,  TRACY LEWIS DESIGNED Team RXP, the Original oil separator.

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Re: Brake pads with PP
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2020, 09:05:55 AM »
I still see them on rock auto.
Fronts: $59.79
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s): BRF1435, DG1Z2001E, DG1Z2001F

Rear: $53.79
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Alternate/OEM Part Number(s): DG1Z2200B
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I like the akebono I put on mine, however I have a 2013 non-pp. I think akebono has some PP pads as well, ACT1612 (rear), $41.79 and ASP1611A (fronts), $51.79.


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2013 SHO non-pp. Powerstop Top Cop kit rotors and stock Akebono Ceramic Pads, 3bar map sensor, 93 octane 3bar AJPTurbo tuned, but not dialed in.
2002 Jeep Wrangler TJ (Jane) w/ 2.5" lift, Banks torque tubes, monster exhaust and intake.
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Re: Brake pads with PP
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2020, 09:55:33 PM »
How do you like the top cops? [size=78%]are they ceramic?[/size]
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Re: Brake pads with PP
« Reply #3 on: November 23, 2020, 01:44:51 PM »
I liked them pretty good paired with the power stop drilled and slotted rotors. Definitely more noise because of the holes and slots. They are ceramic. I actually just went back to stock pads on the same rotors. The stock pads are ceramic akebono and I liked the, pretty good and got quite a bit of mileage out of them. I suppose I need to update my signature. I am no where near as hard on the brakes as others, however the car is driven almost daily around DC area so in stop and go a lot. Unless your planning on going to the track, I donít really see any reason to go non stock especially seeing as you have the upgraded brakes already, mine is a non-pp.
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2013 SHO non-pp. Powerstop Top Cop kit rotors and stock Akebono Ceramic Pads, 3bar map sensor, 93 octane 3bar AJPTurbo tuned, but not dialed in.
2002 Jeep Wrangler TJ (Jane) w/ 2.5" lift, Banks torque tubes, monster exhaust and intake.
1991 F Super Duty 2.5 ton dump truck w/ 7.3IDI

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Re: Brake pads with PP
« Reply #4 on: November 24, 2020, 01:33:58 AM »
Thanks for the replies. Sime reason I don't like ceramic pads. I really liked the stock PP pad formulation of the rear  brf1383 and fronts brf 1475. They changed the number so many times, I wanted to make sure the new totally different part numbers would still be the original pad formula.(it was based on mild racing formula I think from Performance Friction and were semi metallic carbon fiber etc etc).
I will try the new numbers.
Sp542@.028, windstorm CAI, MSD coils, AO GH TUNE, GH intercooler, All Amsoil, General Gmax-rs summer tires, +PP, PP PADS,EDC rotors, Colinite 476s wax, Resonator | 3rd Cat Delete with custom X pipe, Dicunzolo Gen2 Trans Mounts|, 3 bar, stock thermostat,  TRACY LEWIS DESIGNED Team RXP, the Original oil separator.

 

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