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Hey, all!

I'm trying to put together info on what our stock OEM hardware is. Post if something is out of place.

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Front:
  Rotors:
    Part:
      Ford (USA): G1FZ-1125-A
      Ford: G1FY-1125-AB
      Ford (FINIS): 1936713
      Motorcraft: BRRF284
      Brembo: 09.D574.11 (https://www.bremboparts.com/europe/en/catalogue/disc/09-D574-11)
    Size: 350mm x 25mm
    Minimal thickness: 23mm
    Weight: 10.5kg (23.15lbs)
  Brake pads:
    Part:
      Ford (USA): G1FZ-2001-A
      Ford: G1FY-2K021-AB
      Ford (FINIS): 2003984
      Motorcraft: BRF1524
      Brembo: P 24 202 (https://www.bremboparts.com/europe/en/catalogue/pad/P_24_202)
    Thickness: 15mm
    Minimal thickness: 3mm

Rear:
  Rotors:
    Part:
      Ford (USA): G1FZ-2C026-A
      Ford: G1FY-2A315-AA
      Ford (FINIS): 1936154
      Motorcraft: BRRF283
      Brembo: 08.D575.11 (https://www.bremboparts.com/europe/en/catalogue/disc/08-D575-11)
    Size: 302mm x 11mm
    Minimal thickness: 9mm
    Weight: 4.9kg (10.80 lbs)
  Brake pads:
    Part:
      Ford (USA): G1FZ-2200-A (alt FU2Z-2V200-F)
      Ford: G1FY-2M008-AC
      Ford (FINIS): 2019129
      Motorcraft: BR1564A
      Brembo: P 24 216 (https://www.bremboparts.com/europe/en/catalogue/pad/P_24_216)
    Thickness: 16mm
    Minimal thickness: 3mm
Minimums are from the workshop manual. Brembo data from here. There are more part numbers in the attached PDFs (from Brembo's site). Thanks to saempersun for giving me the idea to actually look at Brembo's site. I was having the worst time figuring out part numbers from various parts sites as they get confusing, and some are confused themselves, on what parts belong on the RS.
 

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Added some more details in order to put together as much info as we can.


Just in case if anybody never heard of F.I.N.I.S., Ford International Numeric Identification System, 7-digit number used to code the parts in EU and other markets.
Great, thank you! I just copied your changes up into the top post.
 
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