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I have a 2007 350z my car is still under warranty. The thing is that the dealer wants $400+ just to change my front brakes. I was wondering if I change my own brake pads will it void my warranty? Thanks.


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man that was quick. thanks. what brake pads are good that will produce less dust the ones my car has right now produce to much brake dust.
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A lot of people use the Hawk HPS for daily driving. Less dust. They do make some noise but no where near the brake dust you are getting w/ the stock pads





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+1 on the Hawk HPS pads. Been using them for 4 years now and never heard a squeak from them. I use a copper lubricant on the tabs of the pads where they slide into the calipers, an old trick from a buddy of mine. Not saying that is why they never make a noise, but since it works for me, I do it. Dust is almost non-existent.

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Yeah I like to keep my rims nice and clean. Everytime I wash her rims are drenched in black dirty water lol.

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