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danny14

Dba xtreme performance brake pads

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Who uses dba xtreme performance brake pads and how do they perform on the track?

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They are actually a new pad designed by DBA to enter into that market.


I got a set for free from Brakes Direct due to my Forza pads taking near forever (7 months!) to ship from Italy, which was an issue on the Forza end, not the Brakes Direct end.

However, I haven't tried them as my car is laid up right now. They SHOULD sit in that light track/A1RM/FP3 kind of segment. They should be well into the whole "Well I'm about to go to the track for the first time but want something semi-streetable..." kind of thing.

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Oh well I got them for free with my rotors so I my aswell try them out ....?

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23 hours ago, Dose Pipe Sutututu said:

A1RM I wouldn't even consider as light track, they're a street pad.

I agree, after using them on the track I had this problem after half a session pulling back into the pits

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But some people use them with little to no issues

10 hours ago, danny14 said:

Oh well I got them for free with my rotors so I my aswell try them out ....?

After I discussed the above photo with Brakes Direct, they sent me a set of DBA XP, but they also said they didnt have a great deal of info on them either, They should at least work for the street, but they are rated a bit tougher than the A1RM but fill the segment the A1RM is 'supposed' to be filling.

If you have them, and have nothing else its worth a go. Worst that can happen is you buy another set of pads for track days which is hardly the worst plan to have..

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