Power stop low dust break pads

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Do you have a link? Powerstop still doesn’t show any for the rears.
Part number for the rears is Z26-2363. Do a search on Rock Auto without the dash and they come up.
 

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Those are the front pads.
These are the correct pads. Fronts are much different. The rears use the pins, the fronts don’t.

Edit: I just noticed you are all set:thumbsup:
 


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My pads shipped :clap:
 

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Any thoughts on the Z23 Evolution Powerstop pads vs Hawk PC PP pads that Steeda promotes and sells? There is a big cost difference $50 ish vs $200 for the Hawks, is there that much of a performance difference or the Hawks just way over priced? No track use for me, just spirited DD.
 

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Any thoughts on the Z23 Evolution Powerstop pads vs Hawk PC PP pads that Steeda promotes and sells? There is a big cost difference $50 ish vs $200 for the Hawks, is there that much of a performance difference or the Hawks just way over priced? No track use for me, just spirited DD.
I never had an issue with the Z26 PowerStop pads for spirited daily driving in my 2019 GT PP1 car.
 

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My offer stands. Anyone who wants to sell their OEM pads in new or near new condition, they would go towards a very hot and quick demise (track use). A worthy cause, wouldn't you say??
 

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Just how bad is the brake dust from the stock pads? For those of you that have euro cars like MB's Porsche's or BMW, is it similar?
 

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Just how bad is the brake dust from the stock pads? For those of you that have euro cars like MB's Porsche's or BMW, is it similar?
its pretty bad.
 

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Is this just a gt500 issue or does the M1 suffer from the same?
Both GT350 and GT500 pads produce a lot of dust. The performance is excellent, but low dust wasn't the objective. Most people have sucess in buying aftermarket pads for lower brake dust.
 

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Same here, it's horrible.
 

 
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