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louy
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louy Dec 25, 6:37am - #358311 

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AXXIS BRAKE PADS

WHERE CAN I FIND THE CHEAPEST AXXIS BRAKE PADS...ANYONE?
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Jtultra Dec 25, 4:30pm - #358312 

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don't even think about it if you value your wheels. They dust up like a mother fucker

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louy Dec 26, 7:51am - #358313 

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which pads would be recommended? if not the axxis?
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louy Dec 27, 5:23am - #358314 

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Jtultra Dec 28, 5:07am - #358315 

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silver Dec 28, 6:01am - #358316 
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Axxis Ultimates.
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VSGTS14 Dec 28, 6:02am - #358317 

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Jtultra Dec 28, 11:55pm - #358318 

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Originally Posted by silver
Axxis Ultimates.


Thats what I have, they have good bite, but why not pay more for pads that don't ruin your wheels?

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hephaestus Dec 29, 4:06am - #358319 
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I use Project MU NS pads.
Good enough for me because I don't go to the track or need pads that I could never see the full benefit of - driving around on the streets. These pads don't squeal or grind early in the mornings or that first drive or ever. They don't really dust at all and they bite better than our already good stock pads. Plus I got a great deal on them and all I see are great reviews for them, myself being one of them.
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speed_celica Dec 29, 4:38am - #358320 

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What about TRD pads? Anyone have those? My stock pads have about 30% left and I'm considering the TRD ones.
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Kim Dec 29, 7:02am - #358321 
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stock pads are great, and no dust.

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simonw Dec 30, 2:28am - #358322 
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Hi pephaestus, where do you get those Project MU NS pads? Can you tell us the website.Thanks
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hephaestus Dec 30, 3:37am - #358323 
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I got them through Vivid Racing kindof.
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