Re: Are the brakes on the S and GTS the same?
For the sensors, I created stubs. Cut the sensor wires, soldered the two ends together and used heat shrink tubing to make them look nice. Since I track the car frequently, and swap pads out, I just leave the stubs on.
Originally Posted by shivaswrath
I run Pagids RSL29's on my 981 BS, which I believe have the same brakes, unless you have PCCB. They are noisy as heck on the street. I don't recommend them for daily driving. You have to get track heat in them to make them stop squeaking, but they will glaze again after a couple days of use on the street.
I am trying out PFC 08's for the track and I've left them on to give them a try during daily drive use. Not nearly as noisy as the Pagids. Seem slightly noisier than OEM, but I don't have shims on them. With shims they may be comparable.
They performed comparably to the Pagids on the track, but toasted my RBF600 brake fluid. I have a separate thread on this that I'll update with longevity and rotor wear as I get more track time on them. https://www.planet-9.com/981-cayman-...-rsl-29-a.html
The initial bite from either Pagid's or PFC's is a lot more intense than OEM.
2014 Boxster S - Racing Yellow, Sport Chrono, PASM, PTV, PDK, 3rd radiator, Cobb Stage 1 tune (Pagid RSL29's & Nitto NT-01's on the track)