Brake Discs OEM Porsche or Brembo?

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Post by MTUK »

Curious what the opinion is on replacement discs? OEM or Brembo?

Has anyone fitted any make other than these? It's a 2017 SD
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Post by andreas »

OEM if you have extended warranty.
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Post by MikeM »

Think you’ll find Porsche OEM discs are made by Brembo but as already said if you have extended warranty use OEM branded
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Post by Nuclear Nick »

Yes, the OEM discs are Brembo. You should be able to see the logo on the centre 'hub' of the discs if you look closely, easier with some wheels than others if still mounted.

Difficult to see how this could be a warranty issue as they are OEM, even if fitted by non OPC, as discs themselves are not covered by warranty (at least not for wear and tear) and would only become an issue if the fitting by other than Porsche could be shown to be the cause.

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Post by CamGTS »

Original discs are Sebro and available at EuroCarParts. (the box even has Porsche logo and part number on them) Usually worth waiting for one of their deals to come up to get a big discount. Easy DIY to change as I have posted on here previously.
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