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Reviewed By Vincent Y (Hacienda Heights, CA) Reviewed for a 1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class —5/23/2016 9:06 PM
I hate brake dust. I have been using OEM brake pads on my E55 in the past. I tried ceramics once, and didn't like it stopping power and changed it back to OEM. This time I try Redstuff, and it has performed as advertised so far. There is no obvious loss of stopping power. I am still waiting to see whether there is less brake dust.
Reviewed By kyle w (ROYAL OAK, MI) Reviewed for a 2004 Dodge Ram —5/23/2016 4:59 PM
I finally got fed up with cheap brake kits and decided to get a decent set. So far so good, everything arrived as described as usual from auto anything. Break in process was pretty quick (going back and forth in a 20 foot driveway a dozen times, lots of vibration during break-in). Stopping ability is phenomenal compared to crappy kits. I only did the front and when the back is ready i will use ebc again for sure. As long as they last a long time i will be completely satisfied.
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