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Better, low dust pads and clean your wheels with a degreaser like Simple Green. Just hosing off the wheels will remove most of the dust.
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this isn't my racecar, it is my DD.
the on in my sig is the racecar.
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Akebono.
Bringing it to pg. 2 to reinforce.
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maybe @Nliiitend1 can tell us his experience with the stoptech pads since he's had them on for longer now.. I still haven't installed mine.
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Just plasti dip your rims.... it will blend in.
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i'm glad we have so many freaking choices on break pads, perhaps we should change the tittle of this thread and tag it.
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i'm glad we have so many freaking choices on break pads, perhaps we should change the tittle of this thread and tag it.
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I'm liking the Stoptech Street Performance Pads for street use. They even did a pretty good job at the track, and are more than likely adequate for most drivers on street tires in an MS3.

They do dust more than the Hawk HPS, but IMO it's not unmanageable, and so far mine have been pretty silent.
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so, the fact that most poeple say OEM is the best is worthless as we can see, a lot of you guys are praising other pads besides the OEM.


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Originally Posted by Nliiitend1 View Post
I'm liking the Stoptech Street Performance Pads for street use. They even did a pretty good job at the track, and are more than likely adequate for most drivers on street tires in an MS3.

They do dust more than the Hawk HPS, but IMO it's not unmanageable, and so far mine have been pretty silent.
I'm either going with the StopTechs or EBC Yellows for my next street pads.


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aren't EBC shitty for this car?
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HPS has been awesome for me, they're a bit more linear than OEM, I think that's a turn off for many people though.
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FWIW I run PBR pads on my Audi, and they are damn sticky.
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I just put a set of Akebono's on my Speed with some R1 cross drilled and slotted rotors. Couldn't be more happy about the lack of brake dust now.
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Originally Posted by England15j View Post
I used the ArmorAll Wheel Protectant. I could go 2x the time between washes but $7 per can was too much for the amount you have to use for it to work correctly.
@Alejo_NIN I have used this on my last wash and the wheels have VERY little dust on them. Its been ~500 since on OEM pads. So, it works very well, but not so cheap. I think one bottle should last for two washes.
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I just put a set of Akebono's on my Speed with some R1 cross drilled and slotted rotors. Couldn't be more happy about the lack of brake dust now.
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If you decide to track the car, just swap the oem pads back in.
Most won't recommend using different pads on the same rotor. I know Hawk and others recommend light sanding to the rotors to remove the previous pad material. But that can often lead to an inconsistent surface area and premature wear.
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Most won't recommend using different pads on the same rotor. I know Hawk and others recommend light sanding to the rotors to remove the previous pad material. But that can often lead to an inconsistent surface area and premature wear.
i would agree with this if you are using some pretty heavy grit sand paper and some kind of machanical tool...
but hand sanding the rotor with a light grit and one pass only i highly doubt you'll be removing any metal at all
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That's very true - but sometimes light sanding isn't enough when trying to bed a new pad compound (let alone remove the old one). Seems to be a hot topic on several forums with various recommendations. But most agree that new rotors are best if you can get them cheap.
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That's very true - but sometimes light sanding isn't enough when trying to bed a new pad compound (let alone remove the old one). Seems to be a hot topic on several forums with various recommendations. But most agree that new rotors are best if you can get them cheap.
never quoted them before, but are they expensive?
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I just got my laptop back up. Gonna try to retrieve the pics I've got on the harddrive, and then take some more of what my wheels look like now. Be patient with me.
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Stoptech 309's all the way. They are dusty but, have great stoping performance throughout the temperature range. My only real complaint would be that they have gotten noisy in the past month. The stoptechs have been on the car for around 10k miles.
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I put HPS's on my last car ('95 Miata-- yawn), they were OK, but were slow to warm up, especially on cold mornings.
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Lol i have had my MS3 going on 2 weeks now and I have already cleaned the wheels a good 5 times. Luckily we have a steam power washer at work.....Either get used to cleaning them or do what i plan on doing and that's painting my stockers a matte Black or gunmetal. Other then that buy a civic or something......YUK
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Alright i'm not sure if this is a stupid question or not, but I'm looking up Hawk Performance Ceramics and I can't find any for 2012, can someone help me? I'm a noob
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Alright i'm not sure if this is a stupid question or not, but I'm looking up Hawk Performance Ceramics and I can't find any for 2012, can someone help me? I'm a noob
All years of Speed 3 use the same pad set.

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I've seen a couple people mention EBCs. I was thinking of going EBC yellows because my logging spot causes me to brake hard from ~115 or so lots of times. Seems like the stock pads have glazed due to this because they're squeaking around stop lights/signs *all the time* which they never used to do.
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Man, I'm going with either some Akebono's or EBC Reds. I've used ceramic pads before, and have never had a problem with diminished braking performance.
I need front pads. Car is mainly highway driven. Dust is not an issue for me but I don't want pads squeeling like they do on my track cars.

I would like to stick with at least OEM performance.

Online OEM pads are $195. Ebc red which my friend recommended is 90$ and hawk is 67$

Thoughts , since you went akobono?
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I love my Akebono pads. Plenty of bite when I need it.
After running the Dragon, plenty of spirited driving, and just playing around, I can honestly recommend these pads. I'm VERY happy with them.
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I love my Akebono pads. Plenty of bite when I need it.
After running the Dragon, plenty of spirited driving, and just playing around, I can honestly recommend these pads. I'm VERY happy with them.

You sould say at least the same as OEM? Best place to purchase them? THank you kindly.
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You sould say at least the same as OEM? Best place to purchase them? THank you kindly.
They are 68.79+shipping (Front pair) and 60.79+shipping (Rear pair) from rockauto. I'm thinking of ordering from there. If anyone knows where else they have for cheaper please chime in.
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I got mine from RockAuto.com too.
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They are 68.79+shipping (Front pair) and 60.79+shipping (Rear pair) from rockauto. I'm thinking of ordering from there. If anyone knows where else they have for cheaper please chime in.
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AKEBONO Part # EUR915A Euro Ultra Premium Ceramic Pad
OE Pad Material is Ceramic; Front; Mazdaspeed

Seems like 9$ to ship. If you buy a pair its only 10$ to ship. So since you are close, if you want to grab it together let me know (I will send you a PM).

AKEBONO 78$ delivered

Hawk HPS $84 delivered
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i'm ready to buy my first set of front brake pads...
akebono seem to be having good reviews, and they are cheaper than OEM
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I love my Akebono's.
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for DD it doesn't fucking matter as long as you don't get cheap shit bottom of the barrel. any ceramic is going to dust less than other options.
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I love my Akebono's.
Same here.

Miss the initial OEM bite, tho
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