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    Established Member Two Rings ixez's Avatar
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    May also want to consider steel brake lines since youíre replacing almost everything


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    2014 Audi S4 B8.5 Moonlight Blue | Sport Differential | EPL Stage 2+ DP 93 (445 whp/420 wtq) | AMS Alpha Cooling System | Dual Pulley (57mm + 183mm Fluidampr) | Injen Intake | Alu Kreuz | CR-15 | RS Grille | AWE Touring Exhaust + Resonated Downpipes + 102mm Chrome Tips | 18" O.Z. Ultraleggera Gunmetal + Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ | ECS Stage 1 Brake Kit with Cross-Drilled & Slotted Lightweight 2-piece Rotors + Akebono Pads

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    Established Member Three Rings scmtkings4's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by fmzip View Post
    My wifes 328xi has the Hawks...when I get in her car I am looking for more pedal. Might be because I am so used to the brakes on the S4 now. But I will say this, her car will have them next!
    The 5.0 is supposed to have better bite than the akebonos which is why I was curious
    2014 S5

    AWE Touring Exhaust l ECS Intake l EPL Dual Pulley 93 l AMS Alpha Cooler

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    Established Member Three Rings fmzip's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by scmtkings4 View Post
    The 5.0 is supposed to have better bite than the akebonos which is why I was curious

    I don't feel that they do. Are you a real aggressive driver?
    2015 S4 - Mythos Black - EPL Stage II/DSG Tune - Eurocode Alu Kreuz - Canyon Run CR-15 - 034 RSB/Billet DTB's - C-Quartz Nano - 3M Pro-X PPF - Vorsteiner V-FF 103 - Audison Voce/Prima - P3

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    Established Member Two Rings 303 Spartan's Avatar
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    2014 Audi S4 & 2016 Mazda CX5
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    Quote Originally Posted by theweebabyseamus View Post
    The pad & rotor replacement kit is definitely unnecessary unless you really wanted to be thorough. Most of that isnít even advised to be replaced unless it fails.
    Good to know. I like to be thorough when I take on projects like this, in order to prevent being blindsided by an issue, mid-way through. But if I can forego the kit, I'll be happy to save $175.
    '14 Estoril Blue S4 / EPL Stage 2 ECU & TCU
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    Established Member Three Rings scmtkings4's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by fmzip View Post
    I don't feel that they do. Are you a real aggressive driver?
    Not particularly aggressive but I live in a very dense city (nyc). Sometimes sudden stops are required as well as avoiding other lunatics
    2014 S5

    AWE Touring Exhaust l ECS Intake l EPL Dual Pulley 93 l AMS Alpha Cooler

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    Established Member Three Rings fmzip's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by scmtkings4 View Post
    Not particularly aggressive but I live in a very dense city (nyc). Sometimes sudden stops are required as well as avoiding other lunatics
    Then your pads will be warmed up all the time ;) You will enjoy the lack of dust with the Akeebono's too
    2015 S4 - Mythos Black - EPL Stage II/DSG Tune - Eurocode Alu Kreuz - Canyon Run CR-15 - 034 RSB/Billet DTB's - C-Quartz Nano - 3M Pro-X PPF - Vorsteiner V-FF 103 - Audison Voce/Prima - P3

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