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Old 07-04-2013, 10:17 PM
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Location: Calgary, AB, CA
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Vehicle: 2009 Blown 349 Hemi
Trim Level: Sport - Modified
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Engine: 2009-2012 345ci (5.7L) Hemi V8 390hp 407lb/ft
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I had mine on for over 2 years with a many auto-X, strip, and aggressive mountain road days trying to stop heavy 22" wheels, and when they carted my truck away to the scrap yard the pads still had 50% left. It's important to use the 7000 series on the fronts as they're a harder compound compared to the 6000 and will last longer with our front-biased braking.

The reason I prefer the greenstuff pads can be summed up in two words: brake dust. The YS pads are rated at OEM dust levels, and though they are said to be the best performance upgrade I'm also very aware of the reduction in brake dust with the GS pads which means I don't have to clean my wheels and clay bar as regularly.
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