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      02-07-2012, 01:17 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Ti-Jean View Post
I'm running Endless MX72 on my stock caliper. I was looking for something to use at the track but didn't want to change the break pads for the street. They were squealing at first but after a full day at the track, I don't hear them anymore. So far, I'm very happy with them.
I run the same: MX72's. I love the progressive feel of the pads, and they are very street friendly. No noise whatsoever. The only two cons con I've had with it is that when the pad is absolutely frosty cold (if the car has been sitting for a week like mine always is), stopping power seems to be reduced by a noticeable amount, and it seems pretty dusty. The pad heats up quickly though, braking just once will get it operating normally, yet the pad is resistant to overheating under hard braking at the track. If you like more initial bite I would say head toward OC3's direction, but me and my 370Z friend Walt love the progressive feel of the MX72's.