yes, Nismo wheels, all stock
BRAKE DUST PREVENTION
Posted 15 October 2019 - 01:12 PM
I bought some ThermoQuiet brake pads, cost less than $150 for front and rear.
OK........hows the stopping power? Noise? (Thermo-Quiet) longevity? How is it on the stock rotors?
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Posted 16 October 2019 - 12:31 PM
Thermo-Quiet... isn't that a O'reillys brake pad line?
I would use hawk, oem or endless myself staying factory rotor
I have 20in Rohana that are coated with IGL coatings, but i still spray them when drying with a silicone based wheel protectant
for coatings as a protective layer over the ceramic coating, or even wheels that aren't coated.
I use this ( I forget the brand) on my Lexus with rpf1s and it makes the dust almost hose off.
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Posted 02 January 2020 - 10:23 PM
Endless brake pads will do the trick. Recently installed and have seen very little brake dust. OEM brake pads are a mess.
I Have endless pads an mine still has a ton of break dust after a 5 minute drive. It kills me to have to clean them after every ride.
Posted 10 February 2020 - 01:20 AM
Yes, ceramic coating on the wheels and brake caliper is the way to go. Detailing wheels is a pain in the ass. Can't count how manny times I've cut my fingers cleaning them and that's with wheel woolies and gloves!
Should definitely consider the paint protection especially if you have black rims
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