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You def dont want breaks lol.
You def do want brakes.

Power Stop Z23 if you don't want to take it to the strip. No dust, work well.
 
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I believe concentric has rotors in the $200 range, then use z23 or z26 pads. Cheap and work great, no dust. z26 have metal backing plate, is only difference I think.
Thats about as cheap as I would go and won't brake your bank account like oem parts.

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*I personally want all the breaks I can get.

What's driving you to "need brakes"? Stopping power is down? Pads are worn to x thickness? Rotors are worn through?

I'm at 55k miles on my 2015 SRT and I replaced the brake pads myself around 50k miles due to the pad thickness being very low (about 1/8 of an inch, the new ones were over a half an inch thick, I'm describing this as ballpark thicknesses), sourced them (OEM) from a guy that goes by Kolak (extremely reputable, and for me at least always the cheapest source for OEM parts). The pads on these brembos are extremely easy to change out. I don't care about the brake dust, I want them to stop as designed. I forget exactly where, but I read that if the slots in the rotors are still there, you have not reached the minimum rotor thickness, so I just cleaned mine extremely well and replaced the pads and keep on truckin.

Hope this makes sense, I'm in a hurry and love run-on sentences

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I’ve tried the Z26 and was dissapointed with performance. Low dust isn’t everything to me. I finally tried Stop Tech “street” pads and love them. All the OE Brembo bite and low dust to boot.
 
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