Reviewed By Anthony F (LINDENHURST, NY) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram —8/8/2018 6:32 AM
Easy install, definitely improved the braking on my Ram 1500
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Reviewed By James R (Glastonbury, CT) Reviewed for a 2013 Acura TSX —6/7/2018 4:54 PM
Only have a few hundred miles on these so far. Break in instructions were moderate driving for 500 miles. Seem to work fine, no trouble stopping when I need to and quiet. Haven't noticed any build up of dust yet on my alloy wheels so far.
Installing high performance brake pads requires proper pad break in for optimal results. Incorrect brake-in procedures can lead to poor contact and less effective braking. Sadly, an extremely important step is often overlooked: the brake pad bed-in process.
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