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    Quote Originally Posted by Novarider View Post
    If you use the porsche calipers how/where do you look for pads? I looked up porsche macan pads but there weren't many options. Some places like esc don't have anything available.
    Q5 3.0t, sti, ctsv all same pad design

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhvrdr View Post
    Q5 3.0t, sti, ctsv all same pad design
    What years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novarider View Post
    If you use the porsche calipers how/where do you look for pads? I looked up porsche macan pads but there weren't many options. Some places like esc don't have anything available.
    You use 3.0 Q5 pads, CTSV pads, 2008 STI pads, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Novarider View Post
    If you use the porsche calipers how/where do you look for pads? I looked up porsche macan pads but there weren't many options. Some places like esc don't have anything available.
    I looked up a 2015 (last year) Q5 3.0t on Rock Auto for front pad options. Here are a few:

    Pagid (I believe the OEM pad for the Q5 3.0t) 35502331
    Centric (StopTech Street) 30816630
    PowerStop Z231663

    There are lots more, just a sample. As mentioned upthread, earlier STI & CTS-V pads work as well, but might not accommodate the wear sensor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alhutch View Post
    I looked up a 2015 (last year) Q5 3.0t on Rock Auto for front pad options. Here are a few:

    Pagid (I believe the OEM pad for the Q5 3.0t) 35502331
    Centric (StopTech Street) 30816630
    PowerStop Z231663

    There are lots more, just a sample. As mentioned upthread, earlier STI & CTS-V pads work as well, but might not accommodate the wear sensor.
    Good advice. Just to clarify the pagid pads though are aftermarket pagid/hella pads and are not oem and are only fe temp rated. Brembopads are oem.

    Mike

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    https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...307714&jsn=371

    If these will fit (which it looks like they will just without the wear sensor) it says the cars below also use them. Should help when looking for pads. If those won't fit let me know and I'll take this down.

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    BUICK REGAL 2012-2013
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    CADILLAC STS 2005-2011
    CADILLAC XTS 2013-2018
    CHEVROLET CORVETTE 2014-2015
    DODGE VIPER 2015-2016
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhvrdr View Post
    Good advice. Just to clarify the pagid pads though are aftermarket pagid/hella pads and are not oem and are only fe temp rated. Brembopads are oem.

    Mike
    I was just passing along the description that Rock Auto had for this pad ("OEM - OE Formulated Friction Material").

    The actual Audi part number for these pads is 8R0698151L.
    Last edited by alhutch; 06-12-2018 at 04:48 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alhutch View Post
    I was just passing along the description that Rock Auto had for this pad ("OEM - OE Formulated Friction Material").

    The actual Audi part number for these pads is 8R0698151D.
    Yeah i know and its misleading. Pagid is an oe supplier and they cross reference the oe pn but they are far from the actual oem pads. Theyre not even straight up pagid pads. Theyre pagid hellas. Trust me i bought them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhvrdr View Post
    Yeah i know and its misleading. Pagid is an oe supplier and they cross reference the oe pn but they are far from the actual oem pads. Theyre not even straight up pagid pads. Theyre pagid hellas. Trust me i bought them.

    Mike
    So, not exactly a ringing endorsement?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alhutch View Post
    So, not exactly a ringing endorsement?
    They're ok for street driving but youll wear them out in a 20 min lapping session. They overheat relatively easily and i have rbf600 in there. Im probably going to swap them out.

    Here are the oem brembos

    https://www.ecstuning.com/b-genuine-...et/8r0698151l/

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    Quote Originally Posted by OzeyeruZ View Post
    Love your car btw, are you stock suspension? What size are your wheels?
    That's for the comment - yes, the Allroad pictured in on stock suspension; I'm eyeing coilovers in the next year.
    The wheels are OEM "5-arm" design that were an available option in 2013; they are 19x8 @ et26 - tire picutued is a 245/40-R19.

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    Where is everyone sourcing their calipers from???


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    The porsche ones are linked on the first page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CTNogaroS4 View Post
    Where is everyone sourcing their calipers from???
    Local wrecking yards, eBay, parts department, etc, etc.

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    I got a set of these from 2018 Q5, not sure what rotor size they are but we will find out soon enough.








    Went from A4 320mm brakes, to S4 OEM 345mm Calipers and rotors and now If these fit they will be painted red and Sline decals will be installed on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YotoWerks View Post
    I got a set of these from 2018 Q5, not sure what rotor size they are but we will find out soon enough.








    Went from A4 320mm brakes, to S4 OEM 345mm Calipers and rotors and now If these fit they will be painted red and Sline decals will be installed on them.
    May I ask how much you paid for these?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bakedziti View Post
    May I ask how much you paid for these?
    113$/pc. But I still cant confirm the Rotor size. I saw pictures of these on the 2.0T Q5 sesems to have 2 different options and this is the S-line one. the others look more like the B8.5 calipers with single piston.

    THese to me appear to be the same batch as the other ones people are using from Pre 2017 Q5s so they may have updated the design a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OzeyeruZ View Post
    Thanks Erik,

    That is what I am planning to do as well unless I can find A6/A7 spares for cheap. Love your car btw, are you stock suspension? What size are your wheels?

    Oz
    check car-part.com, there's a few spares for sale for <$100 with tire!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YotoWerks View Post
    I got a set of these from 2018 Q5, not sure what rotor size they are but we will find out soon enough.
    If you cross reference the technical specification of the 2018 second generation (FY) Q5's, the rotors are:
    * FRONT = 13.3" vented (338mm)
    * REAR = 13.0" vented (330mm)
    And there's no difference between in brake size the Premium 2.0T through the Prestige 2.0T sub-model trims.

    Also, it's UNKNOWN if the FY Q5's / B9's use the same hub upright for caliper mounting - be prepared that you could have just bought caliper paperweights.

    Good luck - I would want an update on these when you receive them and try test fitting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluefox280 View Post
    If you cross reference the technical specification of the 2018 second generation (FY) Q5's, the rotors are:
    * FRONT = 13.3" vented (338mm)
    * REAR = 13.0" vented (330mm)
    And there's no difference between in brake size the Premium 2.0T through the Prestige 2.0T sub-model trims.

    Also, it's UNKNOWN if the FY Q5's / B9's use the same hub upright for caliper mounting - be prepared that you could have just bought caliper paperweights.

    Good luck - I would want an update on these when you receive them and try test fitting.

    - Erik
    I got a chance to measure the new calipers against the ones that came off the A4 so the hole spacing and in general the offset between mounting surface and rotor is the same only difference is I think these will work just fine with the 340mm S4 rotors that I have on there now. WIll paint them here shortly and install. I will be sure to document the install.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YotoWerks View Post
    I got a chance to measure the new calipers against the ones that came off the A4 so the hole spacing and in general the offset between mounting surface and rotor is the same only difference is I think these will work just fine with the 340mm S4 rotors that I have on there now. WIll paint them here shortly and install. I will be sure to document the install.
    S4 rotors are 345mm. If these are spaced for 338mm rotors you may have to source other ones. Let us know how it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhvrdr View Post
    S4 rotors are 345mm. If these are spaced for 338mm rotors you may have to source other ones. Let us know how it works.
    Test fitted them, they do not fit on the 345mm rotors, certainly need to get the Q5 OEM rotors. Until then im sticking with the S4 set up as it is. Another concern is that the size of the caliper may hinder type of wheels I can drive on since its so thick outwards from the rotor surface. With that said IM not too sure if they will fit on stock wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YotoWerks View Post
    Test fitted them, they do not fit on the 345mm rotors, certainly need to get the Q5 OEM rotors. Until then im sticking with the S4 set up as it is. Another concern is that the size of the caliper may hinder type of wheels I can drive on since its so thick outwards from the rotor surface. With that said IM not too sure if they will fit on stock wheels.
    These? PN#80A615301F

    https://originalteilemarkt.de/bremss...-5/112-2833754

    CB seems to be the same at 66.6, and they continue to have a 5x112 bolt pattern. Stock wheels seem to be et39 -34, at least per the link below. Clearly double check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakedziti View Post
    These? PN#80A615301F

    https://originalteilemarkt.de/bremss...-5/112-2833754

    CB seems to be the same at 66.6, and they continue to have a 5x112 bolt pattern. Stock wheels seem to be et39 -34, at least per the link below. Clearly double check.

    https://www.wheel-size.com/size/audi...0tfsi-eudm-248

    I think Yoto was trying to fit calipers designed for 338mm rotors with S4 345mm rotors. yes thats not going to work. I totally agree with you to try out the proper 338mm rotor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhvrdr View Post
    I think Yoto was trying to fit calipers designed for 338mm rotors with S4 345mm rotors. yes thats not going to work. I totally agree with you to try out the proper 338mm rotor.

    mike

    That makes more sense now that I reread that post. The first time I was under the impression that he couldn't find the right rotors, or just needed more info on the rotor specs. I love the Macan 345 upgrade, but like how these calipers look as well. From what Yoto posted, and the rotors I linked, I think someone could come away with this kit for around $600 before paint. Maybe less if you shop on the rotors.

    Then again, the 345s provide more surface area for just a tad more money. Admittedly, I don't think I would really notice the difference between the two in my daily driving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhvrdr View Post
    I think Yoto was trying to fit calipers designed for 338mm rotors with S4 345mm rotors. yes thats not going to work. I totally agree with you to try out the proper 338mm rotor.

    mike
    You are correct, so I figured there were 6-7mm larger diameter which results in 3mm larger radius and i figured there could be just enough space to fit the caliper with minimal or no rotor clearance but I was wrong. I think the caliper sits within 2-3mm from the rotor itself as it would not align to the holes however the side to side and hole alilgnment is absolutley correct so as long as I can find some 338mm rotors the swap will work.
    The hose attachment to the caliper appears to be the same as well.

    So I guess the B9 did not upgrade any of the key areas so we should be able to swap any B9 S4 or Q5 brakes onto the B8 and B8.5s with no issues. Only problem now is finding cost reasonable rotors. ECS has them but at almsto 600$ for the set of 2. Price is the same at the dealer as well.
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    wearing sensor

    I just purchased a complete set of 320mm Brembo brakes from a Q5 2.0tdi 2016 with low mileage, around 22000km for my 2011 A4 allroad.
    What wearing sensor did you guys used ? I assume that the plug from car harness is the same on all B8's .
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    Quote Originally Posted by arazvan2002 View Post
    I just purchased a complete set of 320mm Brembo brakes from a Q5 2.0tdi 2016 with low mileage, around 22000km for my 2011 A4 allroad.
    What wearing sensor did you guys used ? I assume that the plug from car harness is the same on all B8's .
    I used this one.

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F352141623269


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    Back from the dead sort of


    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F302462199568

    Are these the same as the 4pot pictured above running 345mm rotors?

    My initial intent is no because the look of the caliper is diff entirely but Iím not a braking expert either and these seem very badass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pr1ce View Post
    Back from the dead sort of


    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F302462199568

    Are these the same as the 4pot pictured above running 345mm rotors?

    My initial intent is no because the look of the caliper is diff entirely but Iím not a braking expert either and these seem very badass

    Any assistance would be great
    No sorry

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    No sorry? Doesnít really help anything at all not one bit lol

    The q5 4pot is aesthetically diff of course but why havenít that eBay posting for caliper been mentioned....

    So are these 6pot? They run a different rotors size?

    https://www.hoffmanporscheoemparts.c...caAlZQEALw_wcB
    I seen these and that eBay listing and trying to see what avble options I have. I hate that the b8 section doesnít have a sticky for brakes like the b6 section does.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pr1ce View Post
    No sorry? Doesnít really help anything at all not one bit lol

    The q5 4pot is aesthetically diff of course but why havenít that eBay posting for caliper been mentioned....

    So are these 6pot? They run a different rotors size?

    https://www.hoffmanporscheoemparts.c...caAlZQEALw_wcB
    I seen these and that eBay listing and trying to see what avble options I have. I hate that the b8 section doesnít have a sticky for brakes like the b6 section does.


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    His answer was very straightforward, considering your initial question. The caliper you asked about (6-pot from Macan S & Turbo) is not the same and will not work on B8 applications without some adapters or brackets and an unknown rotor. The base Macan 4-pot caliper is bolt on and uses the S4 345mm rotor. Very simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alhutch View Post
    His answer was very straightforward, considering your initial question. The caliper you asked about (6-pot from Macan S & Turbo) is not the same and will not work on B8 applications without some adapters or brackets and an unknown rotor. The base Macan 4-pot caliper is bolt on and uses the S4 345mm rotor. Very simple.
    Thanks for the detailed answer as well. I thought I expressed my question better in my original post.

    Iíll keep my pots more detailed for better responses

    So clearly the 6pot wonít do as the work to create that setup doesnít exceed ease of use

    Does this also mean the Porsche rear brake setup with Electeomicic e brake doesnít work on our cars as well without any extra equip?

    (Either the 330x22 or 356x28 option)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pr1ce View Post
    Thanks for the detailed but prick answer as well. I thought I expressed my question better in my original post.

    Iíll keep my pots more detailed for better responses

    So clearly the 6pot wonít do as the work to create that setup doesnít exceed ease of use

    Does this also mean the Porsche rear brake setup with Electeomicic e brake doesnít work on our cars as well without any extra equip?

    (Either the 330x22 or 356x28 option)
    You say that my answer was "prick" yet you want more help? Nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alhutch View Post
    You say that my answer was "prick" yet you want more help? Nice.
    I thought the same thing. Very odd. I didn't think your answer was a "prick" answer tho.
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    Thatís what it seemed to come across as but apologies to your feelings alhutch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pr1ce View Post
    Thanks for the detailed answer as well. I thought I expressed my question better in my original post.

    Iíll keep my pots more detailed for better responses

    So clearly the 6pot wonít do as the work to create that setup doesnít exceed ease of use

    Does this also mean the Porsche rear brake setup with Electeomicic e brake doesnít work on our cars as well without any extra equip?

    (Either the 330x22 or 356x28 option)
    Yes sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhvrdr View Post
    Yes sorry

    Yes meaning ďno itís doesnt work without extra equipmentĒ??????

    Sorry literally felt we just made a circle once again.
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    Correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OzeyeruZ View Post
    Fyi: for anyone that have upgraded their brakes, are you guys upgrading your spare tire to be able to fit the new brakes? Otherwise you would have to change the spare to one of your rears and move the rears up to the front in case you should ever have a flat tire with your bigger brake setup.


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    How does the S4 handle the larger brakes and spare tire?

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