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Old 5th December 2012, 16:13   #1
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Less dust brake pad recommendations

Hello, new owner of a 2007 M6 coupe. My first "upgrade" will be to replace the OEM brake pads with a set that has less dust. I found EBC Red Stuff but not much else. Got any recommendations for me? Thanks.
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I was looking at Red Stuff too, but I was really confused about all the different options they had in their product line. I want better than OEM quality breaking quality with less break dust that fit into the existing system.
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I've used Axxis Deluxe pads in the past. They worked perfectly. But there is no listing for the M6.
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I picked up a set of CoolCarbon from BavAuto.com and have been very please with less dust and much better pads.
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Stop Tech street performance brake pads are a very popular option.
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