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I'm thinking of changing to Brembo brake pad for my Wira 1.5 with stock brakes. I asked a shop and they quote me RM120 for it not including installation.

Any of you guys have any comments or opinion regarding these brake pad? The one that I am using currently produces a lot of brake dust although I just changed them like 2 months ago. I plan to put them into another car and I'll use the Brembo for my car. My current brake pads are LPB Semi-metallic from China.
 

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I'm thinking of changing to Brembo brake pad for my Wira 1.5 with stock brakes. I asked a shop and they quote me RM120 for it not including installation.

Any of you guys have any comments or opinion regarding these brake pad? The one that I am using currently produces a lot of brake dust although I just changed them like 2 months ago. I plan to put them into another car and I'll use the Brembo for my car. My current brake pads are LPB Semi-metallic from China.
Brembo that cheap, probably not Ori and what pads (range) are those?
 

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Have never tried before also and considering to get for next replacement if good (at least for my rear pads which are not so important). Got some friends in the club who have used and they said it's decent. As for the price, the ones I saw in some ads are also around that rm120-150 range, maybe the base OEM replacement model or fake, not sure though.

http://www.mudah.my/P83062S+Brembo+Front+Brake+Pad+Camry+Mark+X+Wish-47688461.htm

http://www.mudah.my/P83054S+Brembo+Front+Brake+Pad+Caldina+ZT+Mark+X-47688315.htm
 

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look nice tho on mudah seller.
my next plan to get good brake pads too. Currently on wira 93t duno what brand...lol.
If budget allow, braided hose too.
 

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Have never tried before also and considering to get for next replacement if good (at least for my rear pads which are not so important). Got some friends in the club who have used and they said it's decent. As for the price, the ones I saw in some ads are also around that rm120-150 range, maybe the base OEM replacement model or fake, not sure though.

http://www.mudah.my/P83062S+Brembo+Front+Brake+Pad+Camry+Mark+X+Wish-47688461.htm

http://www.mudah.my/P83054S+Brembo+Front+Brake+Pad+Caldina+ZT+Mark+X-47688315.htm
Looks like these standard Brembo pads are still new to our market here. Now I'm still thinking should I change to these or not. My current ones offers good braking performance but it is just that they are quite dusty (But it seems like they got less dusty lately compared to the days when it is still just 1 or 2 weeks new).

I have also checked some of the old threads that you guys discussed in. Some of you mentioned Bendix, Trestor Blue, Akebono, Sumitomo. Perhaps I should try these?

look nice tho on mudah seller.
my next plan to get good brake pads too. Currently on wira 93t duno what brand...lol.
If budget allow, braided hose too.
The red makes it look nice. :biggrin:

Your current brake pads are those that came with your Libero halfcut?
 

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Looks like these standard Brembo pads are still new to our market here. Now I'm still thinking should I change to these or not. My current ones offers good braking performance but it is just that they are quite dusty (But it seems like they got less dusty lately compared to the days when it is still just 1 or 2 weeks new).

I have also checked some of the old threads that you guys discussed in. Some of you mentioned Bendix, Trestor Blue, Akebono, Sumitomo. Perhaps I should try these?



The red makes it look nice. :biggrin:

Your current brake pads are those that came with your Libero halfcut?
Most of the decent biting brake pads I know also make quite a bit of dust lol
 

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use this + rotor on my ori perdana brake setup last time before conversion..brembo oem replacement..it was good enough for high speed cruise and town drive..price are affordable too
 
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Looks like these standard Brembo pads are still new to our market here. Now I'm still thinking should I change to these or not. My current ones offers good braking performance but it is just that they are quite dusty (But it seems like they got less dusty lately compared to the days when it is still just 1 or 2 weeks new).

I have also checked some of the old threads that you guys discussed in. Some of you mentioned Bendix, Trestor Blue, Akebono, Sumitomo. Perhaps I should try these?

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So, if you want a pad that can bite well, dust cannot be avoided?
Yes, so far usually those with good bites will be a bit dusty. Those not so dusty one are usually original pads but some of those do already provide good bites too.

Based on bro VR2 & Izso, the Trestor Advantage Blue is pretty good value for money. Same manufacturer as Bendix but they said much better cold bite. I'm using Bendix Metal King now but only for my rears so decent enough.
 

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Most of the decent biting brake pads I know also make quite a bit of dust lol
Yup, agree on this. My metal king dust a lot, and when fitted trestor advantage the brakes improved a lot and so did the amount of dust......hhahahhahhah:biggrin:
 

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Yes, so far usually those with good bites will be a bit dusty. Those not so dusty one are usually original pads but some of those do already provide good bites too.

Based on bro VR2 & Izso, the Trestor Advantage Blue is pretty good value for money. Same manufacturer as Bendix but they said much better cold bite. I'm using Bendix Metal King now but only for my rears so decent enough.
I had Bendix metal king Plus, then Gold then Titanium before jumping to Trestor advantage. The major improvement was cold bite, right from start, it already bites where Bendix need a while to bite until it warms up. Hot also Trestor slightly better, but the problem is FMP the manufacturer have shifted to Thailand if not mistaken, and they are not selling Trestor Advantage in Malaysia already.....:bawling:
 

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I had Bendix metal king Plus, then Gold then Titanium before jumping to Trestor advantage. The major improvement was cold bite, right from start, it already bites where Bendix need a while to bite until it warms up. Hot also Trestor slightly better, but the problem is FMP the manufacturer have shifted to Thailand if not mistaken, and they are not selling Trestor Advantage in Malaysia already.....:bawling:
Huh really? I haven't even get to try it leh! :(
 

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Huh really? I haven't even get to try it leh! :(
Yup, after I poison Izso and gang and some members I also recommended to use, many was using until lately many wanted to find replacement cannot find. Usual PH Auto and even the Jalan Ipoh direct dealer also don't have. Trestor normal and semi metallic have but not the advantage...:bawling:
 

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Looks like these standard Brembo pads are still new to our market here. Now I'm still thinking should I change to these or not. My current ones offers good braking performance but it is just that they are quite dusty (But it seems like they got less dusty lately compared to the days when it is still just 1 or 2 weeks new).

I have also checked some of the old threads that you guys discussed in. Some of you mentioned Bendix, Trestor Blue, Akebono, Sumitomo. Perhaps I should try these?



The red makes it look nice. :biggrin:

Your current brake pads are those that came with your Libero halfcut?
Halfcut brake pads disintegrate dy...duno what brand my mechanic put.
After change brake servo brake feel nice. Still feel something missing. :smokin:
 

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You try and give us your feedback......:adore::biggrin:
I will try if available for mine. Last time I asked it's not available for my front 4 pot, only got for the stock calipers. For the rear last time was also out of stock I think hence use Bendix again. I will ask again later once time to change.
 

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Yes, so far usually those with good bites will be a bit dusty. Those not so dusty one are usually original pads but some of those do already provide good bites too.

Based on bro VR2 & Izso, the Trestor Advantage Blue is pretty good value for money. Same manufacturer as Bendix but they said much better cold bite. I'm using Bendix Metal King now but only for my rears so decent enough.
Original pads? You mean those that came with the car? Any recommendations for these original pads?

Are these Bendix dusty?

I had Bendix metal king Plus, then Gold then Titanium before jumping to Trestor advantage. The major improvement was cold bite, right from start, it already bites where Bendix need a while to bite until it warms up. Hot also Trestor slightly better, but the problem is FMP the manufacturer have shifted to Thailand if not mistaken, and they are not selling Trestor Advantage in Malaysia already.....:bawling:
I read from your post at anther thread saying Trestor is very dusty. Is it?
 

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Dusty is secondary, make sure the pads can perform.
If this is the case, then no reason for me to change my current brake pads. They bite very nicely and able to brake effectively. Just that they are dusty. Maybe I'll just wait 3 years later or more to change into other better brake pads.
 

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Are these Bendix dusty?


I read from your post at anther thread saying Trestor is very dusty. Is it?
Bendix metal king is dusty. Bendix General CT (Ceramic Technology - entry model) is not dusty at all, but they don't bite as good as metal king.

Trestor Advantage is super dusty. Bendix in one week start to see dust, Trestor Advantage a few days only......lol
 

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Bendix metal king is dusty. Bendix General CT (Ceramic Technology - entry model) is not dusty at all, but they don't bite as good as metal king.

Trestor Advantage is super dusty. Bendix in one week start to see dust, Trestor Advantage a few days only......lol
Bendix General CT should not cost a lot right? Since it is entry model.

My current ones can see dust in less than a week and they stick on the tyres too which makes the tyres to appear reddish brown. Hard to clean those away.
 

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So, if you want a pad that can bite well, dust cannot be avoided?
Im sure there is pads that can do both but it's not gonna be cheap hahha.

Yup, agree on this. My metal king dust a lot, and when fitted trestor advantage the brakes improved a lot and so did the amount of dust......hhahahhahhah:biggrin:
For me I don't mind the dust, janji can perform hahah

Original pads? You mean those that came with the car? Any recommendations for these original pads?
i think he meant organic hahah typo
 

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Bendix General CT should not cost a lot right? Since it is entry model.

My current ones can see dust in less than a week and they stick on the tyres too which makes the tyres to appear reddish brown. Hard to clean those away.
General CT for wira should not be more than RM100 if not mistaken, but nowadays with weak ringgit who knows. My chery oil filter was 18 now 23, cabin filter was 30 now 45....:banghead::banghead:
 

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Im sure there is pads that can do both but it's not gonna be cheap hahha.



For me I don't mind the dust, janji can perform hahah



i think he meant organic hahah typo
Nowadays less organic pads dy. Organic pads heat up cause air pocket that is why kena brake fade....
 

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Im sure there is pads that can do both but it's not gonna be cheap hahha.



For me I don't mind the dust, janji can perform hahah



i think he meant organic hahah typo
Because of the dust, I need to wash my wheels like every 3 to 4 days if I care about appearance. Every time right after coming back to work, go and wash car and wheel. :banghead:

General CT for wira should not be more than RM100 if not mistaken, but nowadays with weak ringgit who knows. My chery oil filter was 18 now 23, cabin filter was 30 now 45....:banghead::banghead:
If not over RM150, still can be considered. If more than that, I need to think if I really need such kind of brake pad or not.
 

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Sorry TS, i din try brembo yet.:listen:
contacted Hawk brake pad seller, received it this morning. Install diy myself.
include grease too.

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some diy clamp i got from baby lock gate, hahaha...
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Got few bruise, caliper bolts damn tight.
give it a run at my taman for safety. At first feel like i got bomb, but after run-in. Yup it bite better than previous duno what brand. For rm150 is good.
Will give more feedback after couple days.
 
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Sorry TS, i din try brembo yet.:listen:
contacted Hawk brake pad seller, received it this morning. Install diy myself.

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some diy clamp i got from baby lock gate, hahaha...
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Got few bruise, caliper bolts damn tight.
give it a run at my taman for safety. At first feel like i got bomb, but after run-in. Yup it bite better than previous duno what brand. For rm150 is good.
Will give more feedback after couple days.
Nice piston pushback tool.
I just use a G clamp for wood work which is heavy.
 

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Sorry TS, i din try brembo yet.:listen:
contacted Hawk brake pad seller, received it this morning. Install diy myself.
include grease too.

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some diy clamp i got from baby lock gate, hahaha...
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Got few bruise, caliper bolts damn tight.
give it a run at my taman for safety. At first feel like i got bomb, but after run-in. Yup it bite better than previous duno what brand. For rm150 is good.
Will give more feedback after couple days.
That plastic tool can push the piston back in?

What Hawk Brake pad model?

Did you grease the floating pin?
 

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The spare parts shop which sells Trestor blue sells Brembo brake pads too. And the price is around 100 ish for common cars. The boss says its ori brembo not fake one ...
 

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The spare parts shop which sells Trestor blue sells Brembo brake pads too. And the price is around 100 ish for common cars. The boss says its ori brembo not fake one ...
FMP 3rd brand after Bendix and Trestor is Mergent pads. Website also shows they have the HP blue pads, but no details......lol:biggrin:
 

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Sorry TS, i din try brembo yet.:listen:
contacted Hawk brake pad seller, received it this morning. Install diy myself.
include grease too.

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some diy clamp i got from baby lock gate, hahaha...
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View attachment 566078

Got few bruise, caliper bolts damn tight.
give it a run at my taman for safety. At first feel like i got bomb, but after run-in. Yup it bite better than previous duno what brand. For rm150 is good.
Will give more feedback after couple days.
How did it feel like for now?
 

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Sorry TS, i din try brembo yet.:listen:
contacted Hawk brake pad seller, received it this morning. Install diy myself.
include grease too.

View attachment 566075
some diy clamp i got from baby lock gate, hahaha...
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View attachment 566078

Got few bruise, caliper bolts damn tight.
give it a run at my taman for safety. At first feel like i got bomb, but after run-in. Yup it bite better than previous duno what brand. For rm150 is good.
Will give more feedback after couple days.
Great, then can be for my consideration again in the future.

Yes, usually after installation, the bite would not be good yet as you need to bed in first. Only after some bed in, then the braking becomes much better.
 

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Because of the dust, I need to wash my wheels like every 3 to 4 days if I care about appearance. Every time right after coming back to work, go and wash car and wheel. :banghead:



If not over RM150, still can be considered. If more than that, I need to think if I really need such kind of brake pad or not.
For me, I actually quite like the brake dust because it makes my rims look darker and more matte! :biggrin:

There's nothing wrong in upgrading brakes to the best possible for street application though (not racing application). It will just make your car safer, just like using the best tire you can buy available for your size. So if you have the budget then by all means just go for the better ones that you can afford. For my Mark X, I now use Project Mu B-Spec 550 deg pads and I don't regret it at all even though I had to spent rm550 for it.
 

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Brembo original pad never come in lower price.
Mostly over RM1300k for a set (front/rear). As they come from Italy.
Normal sedan/smaller car never come accrosed their business model.

I've been offered for this lower price of Brembo brake lining/pad.
After few research due to curiosity (Good thing never come cheap - for me)
By far, Project U or Endless is the best replacement product on the market (Price mid range)

For Waja & Hilux, I just use Bendix Metal. Coz the car hardly to reach high speed.
Mostly kura2 type of driving.
 

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For me, I actually quite like the brake dust because it makes my rims look darker and more matte! :biggrin:

There's nothing wrong in upgrading brakes to the best possible for street application though (not racing application). It will just make your car safer, just like using the best tire you can buy available for your size. So if you have the budget then by all means just go for the better ones that you can afford. For my Mark X, I now use Project Mu B-Spec 550 deg pads and I don't regret it at all even though I had to spent rm550 for it.
A little will make it look darker, but when too much dust going to look horrible....hhahahhaha

Upgrade to better friction pads and slightly higher working temperature will be good, like your 550 deg. for street use. Last time newbie time listen to spare part shop use 800 deg pads, cold time no bite at all, so for daily is really hard to use. However they are really good when heated up so is good for track only....
 

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A little will make it look darker, but when too much dust going to look horrible....hhahahhaha

Upgrade to better friction pads and slightly higher working temperature will be good, like your 550 deg. for street use. Last time newbie time listen to spare part shop use 800 deg pads, cold time no bite at all, so for daily is really hard to use. However they are really good when heated up so is good for track only....
Hahaha, for me I can leave my rims unwashed for weeks until they're very dark & dusty!

Yup, that's why I said for street, not those for racing use.
 

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For me, I actually quite like the brake dust because it makes my rims look darker and more matte! :biggrin:

There's nothing wrong in upgrading brakes to the best possible for street application though (not racing application). It will just make your car safer, just like using the best tire you can buy available for your size. So if you have the budget then by all means just go for the better ones that you can afford. For my Mark X, I now use Project Mu B-Spec 550 deg pads and I don't regret it at all even though I had to spent rm550 for it.
My wheels are in gloss silver colour so, brake dust actually make it look dirty.

Currently, my budget is not high at all since I haven't got a full time job yet. Until then, I guess I can only make do with whatever that is affordable and at the very least, reliable as well.

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Brembo original pad never come in lower price.
Mostly over RM1300k for a set (front/rear). As they come from Italy.
Normal sedan/smaller car never come accrosed their business model.

I've been offered for this lower price of Brembo brake lining/pad.
After few research due to curiosity (Good thing never come cheap - for me)
By far, Project U or Endless is the best replacement product on the market (Price mid range)

For Waja & Hilux, I just use Bendix Metal. Coz the car hardly to reach high speed.
Mostly kura2 type of driving.
So these Brembo pads are not really real Brembo then, although they look like they packaged like one. I thought these could be some budget low end product but from your description, it seems like they are not. How about Sumitomo brake pad at RM170?
 

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My wheels are in gloss silver colour so, brake dust actually make it look dirty.

Currently, my budget is not high at all since I haven't got a full time job yet. Until then, I guess I can only make do with whatever that is affordable and at the very least, reliable as well.



So these Brembo pads are not really real Brembo then, although they look like they packaged like one. I thought these could be some budget low end product but from your description, it seems like they are not. How about Sumitomo brake pad at RM170?

I think you can try the Hawk brand that I posted earlier, coz bro Sweelt says pretty good. Sumitomo should be decent also, my 4 pot caliper is also made by Sumitomo.
 

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Ehhh not bad this hawk brake pads, sat n sunday i working morning shift. Whack the road 6am, but couldn't make it in 1 min (FB video). Wahahaha.... :driver:
The brake pads perform for my usual drive. Improved braking distance too. Let see how it hold up.
I not expecting high end performance.
But it will survive "little bit of this&that" driving mood.
 

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Ehhh not bad this hawk brake pads, sat n sunday i working morning shift. Whack the road 6am, but couldn't make it in 1 min (FB video). Wahahaha.... :driver:
The brake pads perform for my usual drive. Improved braking distance too. Let see how it hold up.
I not expecting high end performance.
But it will survive "little bit of this&that" driving mood.
Bite from cold good? Try hot, hot also see got fade......:driver:
 

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I think you can try the Hawk brand that I posted earlier, coz bro Sweelt says pretty good. Sumitomo should be decent also, my 4 pot caliper is also made by Sumitomo.
Seems like something to give a thought.

Is this Hawk brand new in the market? Local?
 
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