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Front Brake Pads

Does anyone have any comments; Pros / Cons: on Kevlar Brake Pads.

What are the best Brake Pads and what kind of mileage can be expected; as
with average usage; no hot rodding.
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Does anyone have any comments; Pros / Cons: on Kevlar Brake Pads.

What are the best Brake Pads and what kind of mileage can be expected; as
with average usage; no hot rodding.
EBC HH Sintered pads.


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EBC HH Sintered pads.
Using the same pads and can add that they are much better than the original organic pads. 15,000 miles and used up about half the life out of them. Much more progressive braking and no difference between dry and wet.

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