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Old 01-23-2010, 02:51 PM   #15
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Been using Eagle 1 -- Keep Clean Wheel Product after washing Car.
I picked up a compleat Eagle one car cair kit (9 Products I/S & Out)

Have been using it on Stock Silver SS rime and Trucks Wet Black Axis Rims.
Its cold here now and I need to do my winter rims on Camaro & New Hutchinson Rims on AV.

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Old 01-24-2010, 12:20 AM   #16
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If you've never went from regular pads to ceramic pads you'll ne very happy when you do. Lexus switched Bonnies out at no charge because of all the dust. I used to have to wipe hers lime every 3 days. Now she gets about a week and a half before it's really noticeable.
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Old 01-25-2010, 10:24 AM   #17
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Just changed to the Hawk Ceramic pads yesterday - so just bedding everything in this week. One thing I am not happy about these pads is that the OEM's - which are stamped Brembo - have low pad sensors (the little metal tabs that scrape the rotors) on Every Single pad - on ALL 4 corners! These Hawk's only have a SINGLE front pad with them on! I know you need to keep an eye on the pad wear, but it would be beneficial to have the idiot reminders on all 4 corners...IMO
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Just changed to the Hawk Ceramic pads yesterday - so just bedding everything in this week. One thing I am not happy about these pads is that the OEM's - which are stamped Brembo - have low pad sensors (the little metal tabs that scrape the rotors) on Every Single pad - on ALL 4 corners! These Hawk's only have a SINGLE front pad with them on! I know you need to keep an eye on the pad wear, but it would be beneficial to have the idiot reminders on all 4 corners...IMO
Good info. Cause I'm one of those idiots who forgets to check.
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:20 PM   #19
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Compared to my previous performance cars, the brake dust is very low on my Camaro SS.
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