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    Doing Powerstop drilled and slotted rotors with Brembo sport pads in a week or so. $225 for everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawk02 View Post
    Doing Powerstop drilled and slotted rotors with Brembo sport pads in a week or so. $225 for everything
    whats the source for that? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peterszew View Post
    whats the source for that? Thanks!
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    Does anyone have any more recommendations? I will need to do my pads and rotors in the next 3k miles. Some specific questions:

    1. Drilled or slotted, or both drilled and slotted rotors? Which brand? I don't need the cheapest, but nothing outrageous. I would like something better than stock if it makes a difference.

    2. Which pads? I would like low dust and better than stock.

    3. Do all the aftermarket pads come with the brake switch wire? Most of the pics I see don't show it. Is it easy to take it off the stock pad and put it on the new one that needs it?

    Any help is greatly appreciated.
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    ^^^^^^I would just get ceramic pads. Very low dust. EBC has a whole line up pads. I’d look at the EBC, reds ones. Are you doing any track driving? If not the stock Mopar pads are just fine, with stock rotors. Isn’t your car, a non turbo 500. Drilled, slotted rotors would be a over kill. Check out Rock Auto, they carry a wide selection of brake pads too.

    https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...brake+pad,1684
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    Ceramic if your priority is keeping your wheels clean.

    Semi Metallic if your priority is performance and low brake fade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    ^^^^^^I would just get ceramic pads. Very low dust. EBC has a whole line up pads. I’d look at the EBC, reds ones. Are you doing any track driving? If not the stock Mopar pads are just fine, with stock rotors. Isn’t your car, a non turbo 500. Drilled, slotted rotors would be a over kill. Check out Rock Auto, they carry a wide selection of brake pads too.

    https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...brake+pad,1684
    It's an Abarth. It is sort of pennies on the dollar for drilled and/or slotted. I am just wondering if people have a preference.
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    I purchased from rockauto Akebono pads and StopTech drilled and slotted rotors. At 67000miles I’ve yet to install them. I’m still on original brakes.
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    City driving is murder on the fronts. At least it is for me. I will be changing at about 25k miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lammie200 View Post
    It's an Abarth. It is sort of pennies on the dollar for drilled and/or slotted. I am just wondering if people have a preference.
    The drill holes don't do anything (modern pads don't have the issues with gases that the holes were for), and the slots do very little. Plain rotors will offer the best surface contact and less wear on the pads. I run drilled and slotted because I like the way they look.
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