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Old 10-10-2006, 09:33 PM   #1
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the installation sheet recommends severe duty semi-metallic brake pads such as hawk performance brand.

any reason to not run ceramics?

what is my best option and from where?
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I'm running Raybestos Quiet-stop Ceramics on mine. I love 'em.

Just make sure your REAR brakes are up to snuff. Adjusted, and new drums/shoes. Weak rear brakes can over-work fronts, and warp rotors. Uneven rotor/lug torque can too.

With all this considered, I'm very happy. Break your rotors in just like they tell you.
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I got the same rotors as you and Im running Ceramic pads cause I didn't want the brake dust.
I am happy with them, but the hawks mite bite and stop better with some dust
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http://www.raceshopper.com/tech.shtml#ceramic_pads

Don't missunderstand, alot of people here are using ceramic pads with good results. You can't argue with success.

There are good semi-metalic pads that do not dust much more than ceramics and will hold up better to enthusiastic driving of light track use.
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