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Hey guys. In the near future I'm looking into getting the MGP covers. Now I already know they look awesome. But how well do they curtail brake dust? That is the main reason I would be buying them. My front brakes throw off so much dust it turns my black rims almost brown.
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I have noticed the MGP caliber covers helped a little with brake dust on our 2011 GT auto, but it's very minimum. I wish they helped more, but it seems that brake dust is a problem for all sports cars.
That being said, I love the way the look on our grabber blue '11 GT! Since this GT doesn't have the Brembo package, it really needs something to shine up the inside of the wheel!
if you're looking for low dust, the Hawk HPS is NOT the pad for you. I've read good things about the Hawk Ceramics being a lot better dust wise though. I'd read up more on that.
+1 if dust is a concern, go with ceramics. Way less dust although cold bite is not as good as Semi-metallic. Once they are warmed up and matched to a good set of rotors, they blow away the semi-metallic and aren't as likely to fade in heavy use scenarios.
08 S197 GT Auto: FRPP Strut Tower Brace, FRPP Bullitt CAI, Bama 91-P Tune, VBX remaned valve body with Superior Transmission Shift Kit.
Pending upgrades: Shaftmasters Aluminum 3.5" DS, FRPP 3.73 gears, Axle back exahust (?)
Originally Posted by LostBoyz
if you are getting 29mpg in your 5.0, you aren't driving it correctly
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