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axxis brake pads #354715 Dec 19, 11:01am Dec 19, 11:01am
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axxis brake pads
I have a chance to get Brembo rotors for under $40 a pop, and axxis pads for $40 for the set for my front brakes (need a brake job bad)...anyone have any experience with them other than saying that they create tons of dust...I'm getting them because they are cheaper than O.E.M. stuff...post it up

Re: axxis brake pads [Re: AZZKIKR] #354716 Dec 19, 11:10am Dec 19, 11:10am
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Wouldn't a full BBK help you out with the kind of racing you do? Rotora doesn't cost that much.

Re: axxis brake pads [Re: badceli] #354717 Dec 19, 5:40pm Dec 19, 5:40pm
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NO NO NO NO NO STEVE! I have the axxis brakes pads, you saw my wheels they were really clean because I just washed them, and now they are a nice shade of gunmetal. my center caps are stained permanently because they dust up right after I wash them and its a PITA. I guess there is a slight increase in bite but I installed my brembos also when I put them on. I recommend Hawk carbon metallic or something. My buddies maxima has those and they bite like none other. They are a bit more expensive but you get what you paid for. ALSO, slotted, slotted, slotted. you can get away w/ slotted and cross-drilled, but for fronts...they'll warp like a mother F'er. If you need someone to put them on for you just hit me up and I'll be happy to do it for free for a fellow club member


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Re: axxis brake pads [Re: Jtultra] #354718 Dec 20, 7:06am Dec 20, 7:06am
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yeah...I'm looking at the slotted ones...I don't want them to be drilled though...I'll look for the hawk pads...any links are of course appreciated...

Re: axxis brake pads [Re: AZZKIKR] #354719 Dec 20, 7:26am Dec 20, 7:26am
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Re: axxis brake pads [Re: Jtultra] #354720 Dec 21, 6:40am Dec 21, 6:40am
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thanks man!!! I'll order them after christmas

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