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I have a 91 G20. I have to replace my brake pads and turn the rotors pretty soon. What is the best (OEM like) aftermarket brake pads should I use? Is Brendix Import Quiet pads any good?

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Never heard of those. If you want a OEM-like pad, why not just get OEM pads in the first place? Also, the Axxis Metal Matrix are pretty good. I have them and I'm happy. They were like $40 a pair or so.



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I also have Axxis break pads. They were definently a good purchase! My car stops so much better.


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All those pads are good. Even the OE pads are pretty decent. IMO, the BEST pad I have ever used for street are Porterfield R4-S. Pricey? You bet. Try ~$70 for just the fronts. Worth it? Damn straight they're worth it!

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