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      09-04-2013, 08:44 AM   #1
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Griding noise driving me crazy when braking

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Rear oem rotors with ebc ref stuff pads

Stock 220 rims with 18mm spacers

This past month coming to a slow stop with the brakes applyed i get this grinding/clicking noise from the pass rear

If i let go of the brakes everything goes away, the sound isnt constant when braking its, click.......click.....click ,

Took everything apart everything is fine, inwas thinking the pads have play in the caliper and is causing the noise,

Spacers have been on the car for a year now
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Its the pads, remove them and use a silcone brake grease on the back of the pads. Most likely culprit
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Its the pads, remove them and use a silcone brake grease on the back of the pads. Most likely culprit
Did that still happens
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I have used several different types of pads for street and track. I sometimes get a clicking noise that I attribute to the aftermarket pads not having the same positioning mechanism (clips, notches, etc.) as the stock pads.

I also notice that ceramic pads tend to have a louder "groaning" noise under moderate to heavy pedal pressure than stock.

Not sure if this helps, but it is all I have.
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I have used several different types of pads for street and track. I sometimes get a clicking noise that I attribute to the aftermarket pads not having the same positioning mechanism (clips, notches, etc.) as the stock pads.

I also notice that ceramic pads tend to have a louder "groaning" noise under moderate to heavy pedal pressure than stock.

Not sure if this helps, but it is all I have.
Yea im going to replace the rotors amd pads with oem and hopefully the noise goes away because it is very loud
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