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Winter checks show I am going to need front brakes here soon, but since we are in the garage, I might as well do it now... Your choices in Brakes?? What do they install stock..I am kinda leaning towards the Ceramics, due to the dusting of the wheels with the stockers..I only have 15,000 miles (bought it with 13,000).. Seems a bit soon for brakes to me..
 

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Lyndall Gold+ is what I use. They are dustless as well. They are Metallic pads, not cheap, but stop extremely well, very fade resistant, and do not leave a mess on the wheels.
 

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+1 on the Lyndall gold. They're made with a blend of DuPont Carbon Kevlar and non-ferrous metals (soft). They leave little to no dust and stop very well. They wont burn up your rotors either.
If your worried about price , D2moto has kevlar pads (all 6) for $20. No bad reviews on their pads , but doubt they're as good as Lyndall.
 
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