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    Ferrodo 2500s is a good compromise for street/track duty. low dust too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runwhatyabrung View Post
    What wing said, I have xp10 at front and xp8 at rear for 370z. When I first took it out this spring, Even the wife said oh yeah forgot we sound like a bus in this thing

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    Cant you tell if the rears are making noise? XP8 is supposed to be streetable....


    XP10 and XP12 are hardcore

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    Quote Originally Posted by faster View Post
    Running Hawk DTC 60s on the S2000 with ACDelco rotors; stopping power is great.
    Not really streetable. I drove home once with them in, people could hear me 4 blocks away. Was so bad, after a while only used handbrake to stop.
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    I was wrong about this one; enjoy this moment.
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    turns out for the second time in my life, I was wrong.


    But there's a bigger point here. The 1-series is the last car that BMW engineered before the Germans, as a car-making culture, fell out of love with driving.
    R&T April 2013.

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    Ok so far

    Carbotech XP8

    Or

    Ferrado 2500


    Any others?

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    How about a 80$ set of HP+? STi Brembo fitment. Almost new, were on my STi for 2 months. A little squeely when cold but worked ok at Bogie until I usually overheated my PSS...

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    It does appear to be mostly the front pads but I never really tried to hear if both sets did it. It's enough for me to consider stoptech sports pads and some hard brake heat shields
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    Cant you tell if the rears are making noise? XP8 is supposed to be streetable....


    XP10 and XP12 are hardcore
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    Quote Originally Posted by One View Post
    Ok so far

    Carbotech XP8

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    Ferrado 2500


    Any others?
    Still voting for Hawk DTC60

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbg View Post
    Still voting for Hawk DTC60
    Are they streetable tho? Dont want to deal with screeching brakes. Car brakes well with mystery pads. I dont a need super hardcore compound to gain that small edge on track

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    Quote Originally Posted by One View Post
    Are they streetable tho? Dont want to deal with screeching brakes. Car brakes well with mystery pads. I dont a need super hardcore compound to gain that small edge on track
    The hawk street/race is the same compound as the dtc30 I believe, but they have chamfered edges on the pads. I have them on my teg they are pretty good


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    Quote Originally Posted by One View Post
    Are they streetable tho? Dont want to deal with screeching brakes. Car brakes well with mystery pads. I dont a need super hardcore compound to gain that small edge on track
    They don’t screech. You might get an occasional little squeak. Very occasionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbg View Post
    They don’t screech. You might get an occasional little squeak. Very occasionally.
    Quote Originally Posted by mightymousetech View Post
    Not really streetable. I drove home once with them in, people could hear me 4 blocks away. Was so bad, after a while only used handbrake to stop.
    Wife actually got out of the car and walked the rest of the way home.
    Christopher "Mighty Mouse" C.

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    I was wrong about this one; enjoy this moment.
    Quote Originally Posted by GIF-PWR View Post
    turns out for the second time in my life, I was wrong.


    But there's a bigger point here. The 1-series is the last car that BMW engineered before the Germans, as a car-making culture, fell out of love with driving.
    R&T April 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymousetech View Post
    Wife actually got out of the car and walked the rest of the way home.
    You probably farted.

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    Stoptech 100% awesome. Never fade
    Driver for hire....

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    Stoptech sport?

    MANL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jethro View Post
    You probably farted.
    That's a given.
    Christopher "Mighty Mouse" C.

    Quote Originally Posted by GIF-PWR View Post
    I was wrong about this one; enjoy this moment.
    Quote Originally Posted by GIF-PWR View Post
    turns out for the second time in my life, I was wrong.


    But there's a bigger point here. The 1-series is the last car that BMW engineered before the Germans, as a car-making culture, fell out of love with driving.
    R&T April 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One View Post
    Stoptech sport?

    MANL?
    This! Love them. Cheap too. If no MANL, Amazon Canada.

    Carbotech ax6 and xp8 never squealed for me, but xp10/12/14 were just awful

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    Quote Originally Posted by One View Post
    Stoptech sport?
    MANL?
    Sport yes.

    MANL unfortunately no, you can ask him but he couldn't get them before. Usually $20-$40 on rockauto.
    Driver for hire....

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    Hawk HPS 5.0 on the Best Car Ever.

    so good.

    MANL

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    Hmm. Stoptech sport are $150 shipped front and rear on rockauto.

    Any reason not to buy immediately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by One View Post
    Hmm. Stoptech sport are $150 shipped front and rear on rockauto.

    Any reason not to buy immediately?
    Haven't had the chance to run them yet in my cars... hopefully this summer. But that's a great price.

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