Labour is an hour, but expect handbrake issues when they remove the rear discs so this could be an added cost.Fits: Maserati GranCabrio (2010) 4.7, GranCabrio (2011) 4.7, GranTurismo (2008) 4.2, GranTurismo (2009) 4.2 auto, GranTurismo (2009) 4.7 auto, GranTurismo (2009) 4.7 F1, GranTurismo (2010) 4.2 auto, GranTurismo (2010) 4.7 auto, GranTurismo (2011) 4.2 auto, QTP. (2003) 4.2, QTP. (2005) 4.2, QTP. (2006) 4.2, QTP. (2006) 4.2 F1, QTP. (2007) 4.2 F1, QTP. (2008) 4.2 auto, QTP. (2009) 4.2 auto, QTP. (2009) 4.7 auto, QTP. (2010) 4.2, QTP. (2010) 4.2 auto, QTP. (2010) 4.7, QTP. (2010) 4.7 auto, QTP. (2011) 4.2 auto, QTP. (2011) 4.7 auto
Pattern. They are rear brakes and thus do very little of the actual breaking and the quality will be as good if not better than the OEM. Its the pads that you need to consider.Thanks Conaero. I will get my friendly local garage to fit them. Would you personally go the pattern route or OEM?
You are, chap.I very much doubt a non standard garage without Maserati Diagnosi/SD3 can fit new discs with an EPB system like on the GTS but I am prepared to be proved wrong.
They have taken a while to settle in and I haven't been following Benny lately so can't say I have pushed, but they seem no different to what I had before.What are the Eurospare pattern pads like? I will need to skim my front discs and put new pads on them and have noticed that Eurospares have some patterns in stock for far cheaper than OEM pads.
So noted EPB seems fine to me (but I would say that! My interaction with it involves pressing the 'Park Off' button before switching off the engine. Then pressing it again)You really ought to use the SD3 to put the parking brake into service mode and then again to calibrate the the fitment of the new discs/shoes. It can be done without but I wouldn't recommend it (but I would say that!).
Totally sure Matt said it was fine, but my memory is not what it wasSame thing! Not advised so shouldn't be done