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Old 04-30-14, 10:06 PM   #1
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Default ISF rear brakes replacement?

hey guys im looking to change just my rear brakes only since i did my front brakes not to long ago.
i cant really find any rear brake pads that are sold separately besides ebc yellow stuff and the extra cheap wearever brake pads that i dont really trust much.

any of you guys can suggest something thats good and not much brake dust?
and where i could buy brake pads online? aside from ebay and amazon lol

thanks in advance
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Old 04-30-14, 10:30 PM   #2
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Get the Stoptech set. I have them in the front. They are great, zero noise and pretty affordable.
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Old 04-30-14, 11:42 PM   #3
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Get the Stoptech set. I have them in the front. They are great, zero noise and pretty affordable.
Yeah, the only bad part is that it still has a decent amount of brake dust. But I agree, zero noise and affordable. Just bought a set this week from amazon.

Amazon.com: StopTech 309.13660 Street Performance Rear Brake Pad: Automotive Amazon.com: StopTech 309.13660 Street Performance Rear Brake Pad: Automotive
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Old 04-30-14, 11:59 PM   #4
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Contact these guys:

http://speed-freaks.net/ag-177932.23...exus-is-f.html

They are great folks to work with. And they will recommend the right pad for your application.

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Old 05-01-14, 07:13 AM   #5
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I have auto zones dura last golds. Little brake dust, no noise, but they are inexpensive. Sounds like you want something more expensive and known
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LexusNN how do the duralast brake pads grab? Similar to the OEM pads?
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I used Duralast gold rear pads back when I had stock rear calipers and they were fantastic for daily driving. I wouldn't hesitate to buy them for any street duty car.

I run Ferodo for light track duty.
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Yeah I notice no difference from stock. I have raybestos rotors and dura last pads all around. Total for pads was $80 for all 4 with an online discount from autozone
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After seeing how well the oem pads hold up at the track day I did I just went with oem pads again and got them for an amazing price through sewell. I wash my car weekly now so I dont mind the brake dust
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I also have the duralast pads and I really like them. I think they have a less aggressive initial bite so it's easier to modulate your braking. They also produce a lot less dust than the OEM ones.
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I have Duralast Golds as well front and rear. Much much less brake dust and feels exactly like stock pads. And can't beat lifetime warranty
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Another one with duralasts. While they are the best I've used yet in terms of dust, they do still significantly dust my wheels. Had Stop tech pads before, they dusted less than stock but still excessive IMO. Others have reported minimal dusting with the project mu pad$$ as well, but I haven't tried them out yet.
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i went with stoptech's hopefully i made the right decision.
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We currently offer carbotech 1521 performance street compound which is a great low dust pad and should have some rear pad offereings from Racingbrake soon. We have access to three new pad compounds up front including a full race pad for extended track events. Most of the braking power on the street is done by the front pads due to the pedal pressure involved. But when you have all 4 working for you its a huge g difference. Hit us up with pads questions.
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I went with Centric direct OEM replacement rotors from Rock Auto and Project MU NS pads. I did it all myself. It took longer to jack it up and take the wheels off than to switch everything out. Amazing performance! Be sure to bed them in properly!

Part number on the rotors is 12844163 (128.44163)
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