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Smile Front Brake Pads - 1st Gen F4 and B4

What brand are you guys using, part numbers, and where are you getting them from please ?

PS. Not looking for the MV part numbers.

I'm pretty sure the HF424 was the performance set-up from EBC and also the F424HH Sintered, and the F244 was the OEM Organics set-up ?

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EBC HH sintered is what I had. EBay was the cheapest!

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Just about to try EBC 424 HH with a track day at the Creek coming up First track day since.....2004

May be cheaper off ebay, but getting them locally from a mate. Not sure who his supplier is.
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on my second set of F424HH

purchased from amazon or solomotoparts.com

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For a 2009 1078 F4 312RR would EBC FA447HH ones be a good option? A review I saw said brakes were very spongy after fitting them?
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For a 2009 1078 F4 312RR would EBC FA447HH ones be a good option? A review I saw said brakes were very spongy after fitting them?
If brakes are spongy, then they likely need to be bled.

EBC HH pads, in my experience have good bite and nice feel.

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I'm using EBC HH pads in Gina after the originals started feeling wooden and lost their bite (not worn out, just lost feel??)

The EBC HH pads restored the feel and hard bite I like....unfortunately, the EBC pads have a reputation for wearing rotors so I'll be watching for that.

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Just a quickie, for brake pad changes, what thickness would you change them at, also would you always change all four on the two rotors at the same time, or could you just change those on one rotor, or even just one pad? Mine appear to be unevenly worn, I have the four pads but wonder if there is a protocol?
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