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Old 04 Jul 2004, 08:56 pm
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Default Ceramic or teflon break pads

I understand that drilled/slotted rotors is a waste for a daily driver.

But can i use Ceramic or Teflon break pads on my stock rotors?
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Will they reduce break dust on my wheels? (im flogging tired of having to clean my rims every week.)
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Old 05 Jul 2004, 08:38 am
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YES! Use ceramic. Raybestos and NAPA have them. Do a search here or at PTE and you'll find part #s.
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Old 05 Jul 2004, 11:40 am
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NAPA part # CMX7716 for PT NA!!![^]
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I went with the napa and I'm very happy .
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Old 06 Jul 2004, 11:58 pm
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I met MX-5 in person tonight and he told me about the ones that napa offer. Then about 3 or 4 others said they also have them and like them. Guess now i just have to save up the 90 bucks.
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I have Raybestos Ceramic pads - about 35-40,000 miles on them now - NO DUST. Less than $75 at PartsAmerica.Com.
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Had to replace my pads AND rotors at 20,000 so i went with ceramic pads and new rotors, absolutly no dust, the rims look just like i washed them all the time, of course i do every week...
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