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Preferred Brake Pads 2004 C4S Tiptronic

JasonH1969

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Hi, I can't believe how much brake dust my car is producing, the wheels are filthy in no time at all. I don't know what brand the existing pads are having only recently bought the car.

I'm thinking of changing for a cleaner alternative, hopefully with a little more stopping power too.

Is anyone using EBC Redstuff pads on the standard steel discs? Are they any good? They are advertised as improved braking with low dust generation.

I'd be interested to hear your thoughts on these or any other suitable pads.

Thanks
 
I swapped all mine out for Redstuff a few years ago, certainly a lot less dust and they work well for me. It also helps if the wheels are sealed.

Couple of pics after approximately 150 miles and still fairly clean, I guess it also depends on driving style, most of mine is dual carriageways 🏎
 

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Thanks for the reply, I'll order some and give them a try I think :thumb:
 

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