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      12-14-2012, 09:22 AM   #7
Car54
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Drives: 1999 Z3 Mcoupe | 2008 M3/4
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Lutz, FL

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If you cook your stock pads and get a vibration, don't panic! You're ready for track pads, and putting track pads on your car after it vibrates will fix the vibration. It's just pad material getting unevenly smeared on your rotors. Again, don't panic! In a pinch...seek out other people with your car and track pads...borrow their used up pads for a couple days and it will clean the rotors right up. PM me...I always have pads just for this reason.

With the OEM pads, be sure to drive for 5-10 minutes after your last braking session, never rest your foot on the pedal after coming off the track. When you pit, shut the car off and use the clutch to stop the car. Park it in gear, no ebrake.
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