Ferodo DS2500 Front Brake Pads - Subaru STI / Mitsubishi Evo / OEM Brembo Applications
Manufacturer Part # FRP3067H
Bundle Savings:MSRP: $281.83
RallySport Direct is proud to carry the Ferodo DS2500 Brake Pad. The DS2500 is a track-oriented brake pad designed for those of you who like to participate in high-performance driving conditions such as auto-x, time trials, time attacks, etc. Ferodo manufactured these pads to have road style refinement but with race materials to withstand the heat to provide both performance and longevity within a trackpad.
Here are additional details:
- Average friction coefficient of 0.42 with an overworking temperature range of 20°-500°C
- Track day and light race use for all vehicle types
- For the front location
- Does not come provided with shims
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Adriatic 1 year ago
I put these on a 2013 sti hatch. Great stopping power and very close to stock feel. Squeal a little at low speeds. Happy with purchase.
Worth every dollar
Sharaf 3 years ago
I installed them just before a Time Attack event (21 corners track with 2 main straights and total distance per lap 3 miles x 20 laps), did the bedding in during the practice, then they worked like magic, stopping distance is impressive, doesnt fade easily and most of all not noisy, even if they are, it worth the performance.
a_kavo94266 4 years ago
These replaced the stock pads on my 07 STI, I'm using the stock rotors. Pads have very good initial bite, just as good as the stockers when cold (good for DD) but much better as you get some heat into them. Used them at the track last weekend and were more resistant to fade than the stock pads. The pads maintained their bite even as the fluid got hot and pedal travel increased a bit. I strangely have no noise even though I expected some, being a more aggressive compound then stock. I used NO brake grease at all on the back of the pads and even on the prescribed locations where the pads rest against the calipers. Just reused the factory shims. My stock pads as a comparison used to be noisy and then they quieted down after a track day. There was less dust on the wheels compared to stock pads after a track day. Not sure whether that's also true for daily driving, have not had them long enough to comment. I'm very happy with these pads as for mostly DD + occasional HPDE. Just the right balance and compromises.
Good for track
Subiesuperlover 4 years ago
Extremely good initial bite but noisy at low speed, temperature not a problem
As said by other, very good dual purpose pad, noise is fixable
krinkle 4 years ago
I bought these pads because I don't go to the track often enough to be swapping to dedicated track pad/rotors. These came recommended by several sources I trust. Overall I am very happy, better initial bite than stock pads. Less dust than stock pads. Can handle heat much better than stock pads. The downside is the noise that many people complain about, but I personally believe that this is a fixable issue. First you must you use a moly brake grease, but not on the backs of the pads (you can put some there if you want, but it's not needed). You need to grease the ends of the backing plate. It is one of the areas shown in the factory manual. Also there is another brake site online that has great photos of this, but since they are a seller I don't want list them here. Once that is done you MUST brake them in properly. I did a few hard stops and let cool in between after install and that does little to cure the noise problem. What you need to do is get them HOT. Follow Ferodo's recommendation if you can http://www.ferodoracing.com/it/car_racing/pad_bedding.htm You can get the fronts quiet easier than the rears. Once I did a track day the noise was 99% gone. It's really just hard to get the rears hot enough to make the noise go away. If you can't get to a track I recommend a steep road you can go up and down on. Get up to speed at the top and brake hard almost to stop then cruise down to cool and cool on the way up again, 5-15 times and you should be set. Try not to let the ABS kick in. This now my go to pad setup.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Discs to match DS2500 08 STI 4 years agoAnswer
What disks do you recommend to match to DS2500. I have been warping dba4000 and subaru rotors with these pads. Love the pads until they warp my discs. I am careful not to stand on hot brakes in the line up and parking lot etc
A: The warping of rotors these days is not necessarily possible but what you are seeing is pad deposits being left on the rotor causing uneven surfaces. These pads are quite aggressive and a slotted rotor is recommended typically like the DBA4000. Depending on the vehicle you may want to try a Brembo slotted or Powerslot slotted rotor as an alternative. I would not personally recommend a drilled rotor if you are putting these units through a lot of stress.
Nick S. 4 years ago
Q: brake pads marysmith9191138 7 years agoAnswer
will these fit the brembo brakes system
A: These are designed to be replacement performance pads for the factory Brembo brake system equipped cars. These will fit a number of cars and the application listing can be found on the right side of this window under "Confirmed Applications". However if you are un-certain please dont hesitate to let us know and we would be glad to get you helped out.
Kirill C. 7 years ago