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  1. Josh964
    08-23-2012 09:34 AM
    Hello - did I see you on the road a couple of mornings ago in Melb city. I was in the white 964.
  2. Racker79
    06-02-2010 11:52 PM
    Hi James,
    could you send me you mobile again. I like to catch up at the next porsche club meeting.

    438 056 350
  3. Jimjacqmx5
    03-05-2010 01:35 AM

    I am running the middle of the range pad which is their street/track pad.
    I only did two medium lasp on the pads as I had an engine issue but others who run them tell me they are really good.
    I was using Pagid blacks but it is a bit hard for me to comment on how good any pad is that i have used as I have another issue with my brakes which i am trying to sort out.

    I would say initial impressions that the Project Mu is not as aggresive as the Pagid black but jas better initial bite and is better cold and they don't squeel like crazy so you can use them on the street as well. I am unsure whether they will take quite as much punishment as the Pagid black as i haven't pushed them that hard but many of the race cars use them here for timed sprints and they have excellent things to say for the Projet Mu pads.

  4. Stacke
    03-02-2010 06:06 PM

    Curious to find out which Project Mu pad material you've tried? Any feedback apprecited (disc-/pad wear, noise, overall performance compared with the cost of the products)?

    Per / Sweden

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    Beautiful Melbourne, Australia


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  • Last Activity: 03-21-2012 02:49 AM
  • Join Date: 01-08-2010


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