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On the Veloce, Gulson in Canberra quoted more than $3000 for the pads, so I got the pads from Alfaworkshop, but the rotors from FCA Aus based on shipping. I'll look at Lockem's Ceika suggestion. I have a Ceika brake upgrade on my MR2 turbo.
I do not know for certain if they are the same as Veloce but Alfissimo has OEM front NAFTA pads for $238/axle and rear for $108/axle (USD of course). I don't think AUD has plunged that far yet. International shipping could be difficult or slow in the current environment:


OEM rotors from Alfissimo are similarly much less expensive than the Australian prices.

He has Girodisc rotors for about twice the price of the Ceika rotors (edit: the Girodisc rotors are for a QV, not 2.0T). The Ceika rotors are rigid mount while the Girodisc are floaters, so you do get something for the extra cost. Ceika might be able to make floaters for Giulia, I do not know.
 
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yes, i believe i will need discs

58, 000 klms and had pads replaced once under a warranty for wear sensor cable snapping
well, i got another 10,000 klms out of them

68,000 and just got "check brake pads" orange warning

159 would specifically tell you whether front or back needed attention
 

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just got a quote ... $1350 fitted

550 just for the front pads
700ish for the rotors
plus labour
update on these prices -

independent Alfa garage can do them for $885
dealership $1155

front axle only

Veloce and base are different rotors pads and callipers in Australia -
 
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