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#1 (permalink) Old 07-04-2005, 10:55 AM
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Anyone have a solution to the BMW brake dust problem?
I just purchased the Michellin brake dust repellant however haven't used it yet.
Was wondering what brand of brake pad to use to reduce the brake dust.
It is getting rediculous.
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I like the PBR/AXXIS pads in either organic or metal master. These pads are long lived and have virtually no dust.
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hawk ceramic claims almost no dust. haven't tried though. they are probably right.
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hawk ceramic claims almost no dust. haven't tried though. they are probably right.
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Yeah, Peter ! ceramics are virtually dust free, they leave only small redish residue.
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hawk ceramic claims almost no dust. haven't tried though. they are probably right.
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yeah we put those on my moms car, huge improvement

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Do the ceramic brake pads feel/look the same ?
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look different, white-gray, not black. feel do not knwo.
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