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    Just thought I should bring this up as I just saw it on a facebook ad of all places. Ebc rates red pad cold friction LOWER than yellow or even blue!
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    It's unfortunate pad choice is somewhat limited for our cars but glad to hear the Yellow Stuffs are generally liked. I've run Yellow Stuffs on my 83 and 92 GTIs with the 92 seeing track use at Pocono with no issues.

    Ordered the front/rear EBC Rotor/Pad kit off Amazon with Yellow Stuff pads which hopefully take care of my inconsistent braking issues. My 2013 was purchased last year and has always had good pedal feel around town but under heavy braking you never know if you'll get the expected braking power or not. Sometimes regardless of how hard you stand on the pedal there isn't enough braking friction to engage ABS. Never felt anything like it before as the pedal stays firm, there just isn't any bite so my guess is whomever replaced the brakes last used some garbage pads.

    Kit part numbers:

    Front: S13KF1198
    Rear: S13KR1110
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    Quote Originally Posted by jewfro View Post
    It's unfortunate pad choice is somewhat limited for our cars but glad to hear the Yellow Stuffs are generally liked. I've run Yellow Stuffs on my 83 and 92 GTIs with the 92 seeing track use at Pocono with no issues.

    Ordered the front/rear EBC Rotor/Pad kit off Amazon with Yellow Stuff pads which hopefully take care of my inconsistent braking issues. My 2013 was purchased last year and has always had good pedal feel around town but under heavy braking you never know if you'll get the expected braking power or not. Sometimes regardless of how hard you stand on the pedal there isn't enough braking friction to engage ABS. Never felt anything like it before as the pedal stays firm, there just isn't any bite so my guess is whomever replaced the brakes last used some garbage pads.

    Kit part numbers:

    Front: S13KF1198
    Rear: S13KR1110
    I have the same problem on Reds...

    I cant wait to try the yellows

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmendoza502 View Post
    I have the same problem on Reds...

    I cant wait to try the yellows
    I ended up finding the kits far cheaper than anywhere else on Autoplicity, was only $240 shipped for front/rear EBC rotors and Yellow Stuff pads.

    https://autoplicity.com/10683764-ebc-s13kf1198
    https://autoplicity.com/9077365-ebc-s13kr1110
    Last edited by jewfro; 02-09-2020 at 10:15 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewfro View Post
    I ended up finding the kits far cheaper than anywhere else on Autoplicity, was only $240 shipped for front/rear EBC rotors and Yellow Stuff pads.

    https://autoplicity.com/10683764-ebc-s13kf1198
    https://autoplicity.com/9077365-ebc-s13kr1110
    Thanks for the info and link!

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    Just ordered the front and rear kits from Autoplicity. Will use in July for my track day at NCM.
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