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Brake pads?

Hey,
What is every ones favorite brake pads, front and rear?
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Old 03-09-2009, 09:07 PM
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Me like track days
 
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For what usage?
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Old 03-09-2009, 09:35 PM
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I'm running Mintex front and back...For various reasons.
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I like Pagid orange... run them on the street and the track...squeal like hel!...but AWESOME braking...
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I've had good experiences with with Hawk hps on other cars. Haven't had to change pads on the 930 yet.
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Metal Masters for street, Pagid Orange for track. . .
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For what usage?
I live in North Santa Cruz county and "have" to drive the infamous HWY9 to and from work, most days I leave at 0400ish and can drive as stupid as I dare! I will drive exclusively on road, since I live on one of the best driving roads in North America.
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I like the HP Plus for mostly street and occasional track days on wife's stock '89.

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I have used Hawk Blues on track but have a set of HT-10 for sale right now.
Brand new in the box.
$119 for the set for one axel or 4 pads.
Fred
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Ran Pagid orange for awhile, but couldn't stand the squeal. Changed to Pagid blues...damn near perfect for the street. The blues were real hard to find, same price as all the other pagid pads though. Low dusting, fairly rotor friendly, no squeal, and do not need as much heat to make them start working
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Pagid oranges squeal like a pig and clog up the rotor holes I found at the tack, Pagid yellows are the way to go.

For the street, I don't know, as I don't drive it much there.
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