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Hi,

2016 Scirocco R DSG.

Does anyone have any suggestions on good quality grooved brake discs (F&R) and brake pads for fast road use? I don't want to replace the calipers or want cross-drilled discs, just really good brakes that stand up to hard driving better than genuine vw brakes.

Thanks and regards. 

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Try so Mtech discs.

 

I've recently fitted ebc bluestuff track/race pads. They are significantly better than OEM pads and give me alot more confidence when braking later.

Ive fitted this tot he stock caliper too. If you feel these may be abit to excessive, you can try EBC yellow stuff pads, Friend of mine used them on track and said they were great.

Front pads were just under £100

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Thanks for that link. I'll check them out also. Never heard of J hooked before. But good link for lots of things also. Have you personally used these discs on a SciroccoR front and rear? What pads did you use with them please?

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