Maybe you should consider Endless NA-R, I think Mr_Rizk has them as well (as far as I can recall). I drove his car and I didn't hear any squealing. I've not seen any bad reports about them, but they cost more then others.
Originally posted by The Z@Jun 26 2005, 06:39 AM
Well, I wart ahead & got Some Greenstuff pads the other week. So far they're not too bad although I have had some squealing which is a bit annoying. They do throw less dust & I will Keep you posted on the noise side of things. As I had the disks machined at the Same time so hopefully they settle in & stop squeaking.
RedStuff: Highly Tuned Cars/Faster Street DrivingFast/Heavy Street Use
Brake well from cold
Effective to above 650°C
Lower dust formula* (read below)
Designed for premium street driving offering better brake effect at loads and speed. EBC Greenstuff has a high initial brake effect and gives drivers confidence from first application of the brake pedal. There is no such thing as a NO DUST pad. The very nature of how a brake works requires that some dust be generated to avoid rotor vibration (shimmying). The EBC pad creates less dust and dust is more easily washed off than most. All pads create more dust as they are bedding in especially if rotors are worn. Average friction coefficient 0.55
Reading the description it seems like the GreenStuff pads are for lighter vehicles (and certainly my 72 Mini qualifies and GreenStuff pads works great on that) and RedStuff is for faster, heavier cars.Since this material was introduced in late 2003, it has received many positive write ups from performance drivers of faster cars such as the Impreza. You can read some of these write ups and comparisons to other performance materials on www.scoobynet.co.uk and www.subiegal.com. This is a truly impressive fast road pad for repeated heavy braking. It emits far less dust than semi-metallic pads and has been proven to stop a saloon car 13 metres quicker than OEM pads from 100mph/160kph.
Features EBC Brake-InTM surface coating which conditions rotor surface and accelerates pad bed-in.
Average friction coefficient 0.5