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Old 08-21-2013, 06:15 PM   #1
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ZL1 brake pad thickness?

Well I do have a few questions.

Is the entire ZL1 brake system the same thing that comes on the CTSV?

Would anyone possibly know the pad thickness on a ZL1 pad, plus the thickness of the shim used (if any?)

I need this info to order some Cobalt Friction pads for my ZL1.

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Old 08-21-2013, 06:46 PM   #2
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Wow, I am surprised they do not have them on their website.

I would give them a call. They should have them for the ZL1 and know this information.

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believe it or not they asked me for this information :( They don't have it on their website however its supposed to be the exact same thing that comes on the CTSV, but I cant be TOO sure.
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believe it or not they asked me for this information :( They don't have it on their website however its supposed to be the exact same thing that comes on the CTSV, but I cant be TOO sure.
The pads used on the ZL1/CTS-V are one in the same. Hope this helps!

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