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brake pads and greese

what greese can i use for the sunroof track and where can i find it? also im looking for brake pads for the front calipers with a little more bite than stock but nothing to serius. any suggestions?
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Re: brake pads and greese

you can use any all purpose grease. and you can find it at any auto parts store or hardware store.
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hawk pads FTW....
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Re: brake pads and greese

EBC Brake pads are good. The price range varies depending on which type of EBC Pad you want. Going from 50 dollars up to 200. Im gonna be getting a set of these when I replace my pads but I have heard from others that they're good.
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Re: brake pads and greese

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what greese can i use for the sunroof track and where can i find it?
WD-40 FTW?
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WD-40 FTW?

wd 40 is not really a grease.... it is better for preventing rust and corrosion...i mean it would work but its no the best..
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Re: brake pads and greese

[QUOTE=H22A BB6;287123]what greese can i use for the sunroof track and where can i find it? QUOTE] Try white lithium grease i use it on my s.r. track and door hinges, buy it at autozone
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Re: brake pads and greese

I personally have an EBC cross drilled and slotted rotor setup.but i opt out of EBC pads and bought Monroe pads,why spend $200 on pads when i can put it towards the motor lol
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Re: brake pads and greese

i use silicone spray =) works for the track as a lubricant, also works when your clutch squeeks, spray it on the pull card when the clutch is in, also spray it on the gas pedal, and the ghost pedal as i call it (the wire that when you have the hood up it reves)
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Re: brake pads and greese

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what greese can i use for the sunroof track and where can i find it? also im looking for brake pads for the front calipers with a little more bite than stock but nothing to serius. any suggestions?

Jigaloo is the best lubricant I've found so far. Invisible and slick as owl snot.

http://www.jigaloo.com/us/e_products_jigaloo.php

Unless you plan on running at the track regularly, go with something like a wagner thermo quiet pad. I'va had some for about a year now and they have excellent stopping power and are indeed quiet as F***.

http://www.federal-mogul.com/en/Afte...e/Thermoquiet/
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