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Old 06-08-2001, 06:04 AM
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I have just bought a '91 C2 and have spent the last month prepping it for track of last week I sold my 911SC track car in the hopes of getting my "new toy" up to speed for track events.

This last week was spent changing out struts, shocks, rotors, fluid and pads - one problem...

...I like Performance Friction, but they don't make any compound for the rear two-piston calipers in my '91!

Does anybody know of a good pad that might compare to PFC 80? I normally leave my PFC 80s in for street use as well, although they can be a little squeeky!

Any suggestions would be helpful, on the other hand...if any of you have a set of rear 964(C2) calipers from a '92-'94(4 piston) for sale - let me know!
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Old 06-12-2001, 09:25 PM
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Jeff, Pagid makes a pad for that caliper. The part # is the U1580. We stock it in the RS44 "Orange" compound.Paragon Products
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