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Old 12-11-2013, 05:34 PM
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Could anyone supply the part numbers for rotors and pads?
I got a cayenne turbo 2007, the car has 18" plus front and rear disk brakes (RED).
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Old 12-11-2013, 06:06 PM
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Actually I believe the OEM rotors are Zimmerman and the pads are Pagid..........not 100% sure though.
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Old 12-11-2013, 06:38 PM
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Could anyone supply the part numbers for rotors and pads?
I got a cayenne turbo 2007, the car has 18" plus front and rear disk brakes (RED).
We offer the brake service kits that include everything you need. For more information Click Here. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to PM me.
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Old 12-12-2013, 01:59 AM
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You don't need the two piece rotors - unless you have a Turbo S or the Power Pack installed. The prices at the the ECS site are similar to other sites. And, you can go to your Porsche dealer to get the same parts (mine matched the web prices). The part numbers change sometimes (improvements or changes in the part). More info on parts, tools and how to at: https://rennlist.com/forums/porsche-...e-cayenne.html
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Old 12-12-2013, 06:12 PM
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Thanks guys, the OEM parts are really expensive, so thinking about using aftermarket parts, which should be around 3 times cheaper!

Front rotors: BREMBO 09.9870.11 (368x36mm)
Front pads: TRW GDB1774
Wear sensors: WS0275B

Rear rotors: BOSCH 0 986 479 259
Rear pads: TRW GDB1775
Wear sensors: ATE 24.8190-0937.2

What do you think?
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Old 12-13-2013, 02:30 AM
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Good parts. You have to go with what think is best. Brembo makes good stuff.
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Old 12-13-2013, 04:55 AM
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Read a bit around and it seems like Bosch and TRW is not the best solution. Got a new offer, which should be much better.

Front rotors: 24.0136-0111.1 ATE
Front pads: 24553 16,1 0 4 TEXTAR
Wear sensors: TRW GIC258

Rear rotors: 24.0128-0169.1 ATE
Rear pads: TEXTAR
Wear sensors: TRW GIC259
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Old 12-15-2013, 12:03 PM
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Does anyone know (off the top of their head) what the offsets are on Brembo floating rotor hats versus the factory Cayenne GTS one-piece rotor?

At some point in the near future, I'll be replacing the front rotors on my 2001 GT3 Cup. TRG upgraded the original 330mm factory front rotors on the car with 350mm two-piece rotors (the Big Brake setup found in later, 2002-2005 Cups). (And before you ask, YES, I am using non-floating hardware on my brakes to remain GTC3 legal!) When I replace the rotors, I'll be using the factory one-piece setup. Thus, I'll have Brembo rotor hats I can use as a potential means of creating a Brembo floating rotor setup on the front of my 2008 GTS. I can buy slotted or drilled rotors in the 350x34mm dimensions used on the GTS, BUT my question is this.....

Does anyone know what offsets are used in the factory 1-piece rotor? Anyone have a dead rotor off of a 2008 GTS that can measure? I think I can secure the offsets on the Brembo floating hats from Brembo. Thanks!

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Old 03-23-2014, 04:45 PM
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I am also looking to replace the brakes and rotors. Quick question though, I am seeing for the turbo and S, 350mm are used in the front. I have red calipers, but I have 20inch stock rims, soooo does this mean the 350 is the right fit or are there brake pads even bigger?

Also, is there a difference between buying front and back sensors or are they all just alike?

Pleassseeee help, thanks!!!
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Old 03-23-2014, 08:05 PM
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Lee0826 - You did not state the year & model of your Cayenne - but as a rule there is a difference between the front and rear brake pad wear sensors. As for the rotor size - depends on the model year of your Cayenne.
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Originally Posted by Lee0826 View Post
I am also looking to replace the brakes and rotors. Quick question though, I am seeing for the turbo and S, 350mm are used in the front. I have red calipers, but I have 20inch stock rims, soooo does this mean the 350 is the right fit or are there brake pads even bigger?

Also, is there a difference between buying front and back sensors or are they all just alike?

Pleassseeee help, thanks!!!
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Your rim size does not affect the brake size, so they remain the same. Also, the sensors are all the same. ECS is a good source for all these parts.

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Old 03-24-2014, 02:33 PM
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Aaron,
When I received the 'OEM' brake pad sensors the front were longer than the rear (from Pelican and the second from my local PCAR dealer was the same (front longer).
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Originally Posted by JW3 View Post
Aaron,
When I received the 'OEM' brake pad sensors the front were longer than the rear (from Pelican and the second from my local PCAR dealer was the same (front longer).
My mistake, yes the wires are different lengths, you are correct.
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Old 04-23-2014, 11:55 AM
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I just placed my order for a complete front and rear brake job on my 2008 Cayenne GTS. I got EVERYTHING from Amazon, even though it took a full day of searching for part numbers. Here is a list of everything I bought at the price at time of purchase:

Items Ordered Price
1 of: Bosch 42011150 QuietCast Premium Disc Brake Rotor
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC

Condition: New
$96.81
1 of: 8Pc Triple Square 4Mm-16Mm 3/8 Dr Set
Sold by: Tool Deals (seller profile)

Condition: New
$27.42
2 of: Bosch 42011151 QuietCast Premium Disc Brake Rotor
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC

Condition: New
$76.74
2 of: Centric Parts 116.33003 Brake Pad Sensor Wire
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC

Condition: New
$8.25
1 of: Hawk Performance HB502F.606 HPS Performance Ceramic Brake Pad
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC

Condition: New
$80.81
2 of: Centric Parts 116.33004 Brake Pad Sensor Wire
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC

Condition: New
$8.28
1 of: Hawk Performance HB501F.625 HPS Performance Ceramic Brake Pad
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC

Condition: New
$118.56
1 of: Bosch 42011152 QuietCast Premium Disc Brake Rotor
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC

Condition: New
$100.62
The grand total including shipping (Prime membership pays for itself in one order! LOL) was $610.76 Of course, that total includes the triple square tool set. I also ordered the spring tool from trakjunq. The brake workshop light just came on yesterday. I'll get to work as soon everything arrives. The hardware kits are shipping from CA to SC, so it will probably be next week before I am able to begin.
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