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Mephisto
04-09-2008, 02:34 PM
Can someone tell me where I can get a good price for Performance Friction 97 compound pads.
I need Cobra R, Brembo front and 03 Cobra rear pads.
Also the correct part numbers would be helpful.
I am having trouble finding these.

Admiral
04-09-2008, 05:51 PM
Try John George at www.chicane23.com, I think he sells Perf. Friction 97's.

Carl G
04-09-2008, 05:52 PM
I can furnish Hawk part numbers if you like :thumbsup: Blue compound :D

jimmysidecarr
04-09-2008, 07:59 PM
Try John George at www.chicane23.com, I think he sells Perf. Friction 97's.

I've been shopping PF01s and 97s and John beat the best price I have found so far without haggling. When my carbotechs are gone I'll be calling him. :thumbsup:

texaswrx
04-10-2008, 10:09 AM
Somwhat on topic, I need new fronts for the 04. I am looking for a low dust, but good bite. No track days, just some extra bite on the street to slow down this tuna boat. I will also finally do the front lines (go to SS lines) at the same time.

SuperG
04-10-2008, 11:18 AM
Somwhat on topic, I need new fronts for the 04. I am looking for a low dust, but good bite. No track days, just some extra bite on the street to slow down this tuna boat. I will also finally do the front lines (go to SS lines) at the same time.
I am using Performance Friction somethings from O's with the lifetime warranty...seems to work just fine and I have been testing them fairly well lately!!

gfcobra
04-10-2008, 03:34 PM
I get mine from Porterfield they have the best prices. I will post the part # for the brembo front calipers & the rears, when I get home tonight.

Gary

gfcobra
04-10-2008, 10:09 PM
front PFC 97 592.15.44 in 97 or 01 compound
rear PFC 97 627.15.44 in 97 or 90 compound

Rears:
I have used both 90 & 97 ,hard to tell on rears, however I am using the same rear rotors for 5 plus years & the pads last about 3 plus years. I do not plan on replacing the rotors any time soon.
Fronts:
I like the 97s better they are easier on the rotors than the 01. The 01 bite better however you will use your rotors faster. The PFC 97 & 01 just went up from $141 to $265 in one year time.

I am going to try the Porterfield R-4s for $170. They are similar in bite to the 97 & just as easy on the rotors. If you find the PFC 97 at a cheaper price let me know, I really like the 97.



Porterfield website.

www ‘dot’ porterfield-brakes ‘dot’ com