Q: SMART FORFOUR (54 Plate) w/Non-standard Wheels. Do i need non standard brakes to fit?

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I have a 54 plate, Smart ForFour (54-Plate). With 17" dotz wheels (205/40ZR17 tyres), i need new brake discs and pads due to corrosion. Do i need non-standard brake discs/pads to fit? If so, how do i find what one's will fit?
My car has a manual transmission.

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