Brake pads and driving temp

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  1. Baddkty

    Baddkty Senior Hellcat Member

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    Hey guys. Need a brake pad that won't throw so much damn dust. The OEM are most Terrible. Being a clean freak, this is to much for me. Lol. What's the best out there for less dust / noise?

    Also. What's normal/slow driving temps on these cars on a warm day?

    Tnx much guys
     
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    Hellcatmichael SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Engine temp on mine is between 200 and 220.
     
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    Toolman_42 Gold Member

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    Some are using the Z23 or Z26 series from Powerstop. Supposed to be a lot cleaner and if properly bedded in reasonably decent for stopping power. Both are made from same material, Z26 has aluminum backer to help with the heat. I have a set of Z23 to install, just haven't got there yet.
     
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    Use Powerstop z23's. I just installed them on mine. The front wheel stays much cleaner. The stock pads shed awful.
     
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