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      01-16-2019, 09:52 PM   #1
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Speaking with Mike, he tells me road and track testing of rotors and pads for the F8X has been underway and commercial release expected around March 2019. They will also offer their proprietary pads.

I've had excellent experience with their rotors on my 991.2.

Anyone running their rotors on E9X?
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      01-18-2019, 02:36 PM   #2
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subscribed. i too used girodisc rotors on my 991.1 and 991.2 and absolutely LOVE them. i used Ferodo DS1.11 and Pagid RS29 pads though.

i now have a 17 m3 zcp and I am STRUGGLING to find good a good rotor. I would buy the girodiscs for my m3 in a heart beat if they make them.
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I can't wait to get them. The stock rotors are cheaply built and not enough for track duty. Hopefully they make steel replacement for the CCB as well. We will have options to upgrade to the Gold Calipers also.
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I can't wait to get them. The stock rotors are cheaply built and not enough for track duty. Hopefully they make steel replacement for the CCB as well. We will have options to upgrade to the Gold Calipers also.
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I can't wait to get them. The stock rotors are cheaply built and not enough for track duty. Hopefully they make steel replacement for the CCB as well. We will have options to upgrade to the Gold Calipers also.
Any update on this topic?
My car already has them installed and been to 2 track days so far. No issues at all. But they don't have any plans yet in terms of making the CCB replacement.
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      08-15-2019, 09:08 AM   #6
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Are these close to being publicly available? Hopefully cheaper than the Alcon's haha.
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