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Old 03-09-13, 10:41 PM   #1
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Default lx570 Front Brakes rotors pad same as lx470??

I used to own a lx470 2006 traded it for a 08 lx570, i was thinking of changing out the brakes /rotors for the front since i am getting little pulse on higher speed braking its at 55k miles and i think everything is original ...keeping the story short i was on sewell parts and was in process of ordering the lx570 rotors/pads i just wanted to check if the older lx470 and new lx570 ones are any different since i had brand new brembo rotors and oem toyota pads for the lx470 which i never got around installing..

So the parts(rotors/pads) are exactly the same for both lx570 and lx470 on sewell and i was kind of surprised that there is absolutely no difference since the LX570 i thought weighted more??

So it is safe to assume my brembo rotors and pads which i bought for the lx470 should no doubt fit the Lx570?? i was going to do this myself just wanted your thoughts before i open everything up.

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i spoke to soon, seems they are different..i was looking at the internal product number, not the actual part number.
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Pulsing is likely due to warped rotors and you really need to have them turned when doing your brakes.
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Yes that is true, but the amount i am going to pay to have this done- i will add some more $$ and get some nicer rotors pads/ i am thinking ebc or stoptech have not made up my mind yet.

The stock LX570 brakes are not as good as i remember were on the lx470, i guess the lx470 used to stop on a dime- this one goes a bit further or i have to just slam to stop right away

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Pulsing is likely due to warped rotors and you really need to have them turned when doing your brakes.
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Yes that is true, but the amount i am going to pay to have this done- i will add some more $$ and get some nicer rotors pads/ i am thinking ebc or stoptech have not made up my mind yet.

The stock LX570 brakes are not as good as i remember were on the lx470, i guess the lx470 used to stop on a dime- this one goes a bit further or i have to just slam to stop right away
I have owned three LX470 and three LX570 and they both stopped quite well. Even at three tons the OEM brakes can stop the beast quite well. The OEM brake pads do not leave the nasty dust on my wheels like my Cayenne S did!
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Dude...3 lx570 already..? About 1for every year. . if i do that i will hear it everyday by my wife..but i just ordred stock pads..cant make up my mind between after market or stock rotors.
all years of LX(450/470/570) stop ok..but mine lx570 I feel I have to push the pedal more to make it stop. maybe its less sensitive ..
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I have owned three LX470 and three LX570 and they both stopped quite well. Even at three tons the OEM brakes can stop the beast quite well. The OEM brake pads do not leave the nasty dust on my wheels like my Cayenne S did!

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