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I've been looking at the powerslot rotors along with the hps ceramic pads for my shelby GT. I previously had the hps plus pads on my subaru legacy gt and while it stopped great, the pads put out a tremendous amount of dust, constantly squeaked and had to be replaced after just 20k miles. Does anyone have any recommendations on a decent setup? My driving consists of about 60 percent highway/40 percent city. Thanks.
 

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I've been looking at the powerslot rotors along with the hps ceramic pads for my shelby GT. I previously had the hps plus pads on my subaru legacy gt and while it stopped great, the pads put out a tremendous amount of dust, constantly squeaked and had to be replaced after just 20k miles. Does anyone have any recommendations on a decent setup? My driving consists of about 60 percent highway/40 percent city. Thanks.
:wavey I had squealing issues with cross drilled and slotted rotors and FrictionMaster ceramics (2 sets); Werever ceramics (1 set). It took $125.00 on f & r sets of :worshipWagner ThermQuiets :worshipand a resurfaceing job to experiance...
:happyhapp NO MORE SQUEAKS AND NO DUST:happyhapp
:hihi:The best part is upon return for credit of the Werevers; an Advanced Auto Parts coupon and $30.00 mail-in rebate from Wagner, the pads were about $10.00 (tax).:hihi:
 

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An inexpensive brake option? Open the car door and drag your feet along the ground.
That technique's been working since Fred Flintstone used it back in the stone age.
 
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