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      elevate front brake pad set any good?

      Good day all.

      I read most of threads regarding front brake pads replacement. Genuine, Porterfield carbo tech but no mention of elevate front brake pads., I was on elevate website and noticed that the front brake pads available at a very good price. No reviews on their website which makes me think they are no good. Anyone got them on their vehicle?
      00VR w/IPD sways bars and front links, Stage 1 IPD ecu upgrade, k&n air filter front koni adjustable strut assemblies. She Gone
      '05 VR, IPD Sways, Snabb Intake. Still stock for now. Upgrades slowly but surely and tastefully.
      ‘16 P* stock.

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      Nobody? Well, that says a lot.
      Carry on.
      00VR w/IPD sways bars and front links, Stage 1 IPD ecu upgrade, k&n air filter front koni adjustable strut assemblies. She Gone
      '05 VR, IPD Sways, Snabb Intake. Still stock for now. Upgrades slowly but surely and tastefully.
      ‘16 P* stock.

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      You might consider the Power Stop Z23 Evolution Sport part #Z23-1819, WAY less expensive than any other pad, no dust and slightly less initial bite than the Brembo pads. If you're sick of all the
      Brembo dust, try these.

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      The Elevate Pads are sourced locally here in southern CA by a well established manufacture. I ran their rear pads and slotted rear rotor in my car for over a year with good experience. Also consider the Rotora H2 for street and light track, or the H6. I run the H6 as my everyday pad. Both are available for the P* OEM calipers.

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      Thank you both for the responses.
      00VR w/IPD sways bars and front links, Stage 1 IPD ecu upgrade, k&n air filter front koni adjustable strut assemblies. She Gone
      '05 VR, IPD Sways, Snabb Intake. Still stock for now. Upgrades slowly but surely and tastefully.
      ‘16 P* stock.

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