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      07-18-2012, 12:27 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by besiktas View Post
Thanks, At VIR the car and brakes were 28k old, at NJMP it the car is on 30k miles, brakes were 600 miles old and OEM brake fluid was 400 miles old.

I am going to get the super blue and thinking of getting carbotech XP12's for the front pads. and XP8 or XP10 on the rear pads
OK, so it sounds like you were just getting some brake fade, and even though you didn't 'boil' the brake fluid, there still may have been some cavitation from working the brakes so much and not being able to retain its properties in the fluid.

If you are considering Hawk or Performance Friction brake pads, we are a dealer for both