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Will these mtec brakes fit?

ZaxterB

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Look, I'm fairly new to upgrading car parts. In the past I've always just let the garage find the parts for me when something needs replacing. So I just want to figure out if I bought these discs and pads would they fit on my 2.0 HDi from 2012. As far as I can tell she's bone stock up 'til now.
 

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Might also be worth noting that I want these brakes because in the future I would like to go on a track day and the garage said the current brakes were worn and would want changing next time I serviced it.
 

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If I was you I would look at mtec site for price as I fitted drill and Grove discs to my Hdi for Les than what is on your link
 

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If I was you I would look at mtec site for price as I fitted drill and Grove discs to my Hdi for Les than what is on your link
I had a look at mtecs site but if the kit comes with all four discs and pads it seems cheaper as a bundle on eBay unless my adding up is bad...
 

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According to Service Box there are diesel RCZs with 302 mm front discs and others with 340 mm.

The important thing about brakes is that they stop :)

I would choose material from a recognized brand such as Brembo or Bosch, I have read bad opinions about the MTEC brand
 
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