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Old 10-12-2015, 04:31 PM   #1
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I see for the 2012 Mustang you list three part numbers for the front axle, which one's the correct one for the GT non-brembo calipers?
F:CT1001
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This is the part numberGT & 5.0L V8 - Front F: CT1463 what compound are you looking for?
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Hi, sorry for the late reply, got a million things going at once. I was leaning towards the XP20's. Should I use the same compound front and rear? Also, I know they are not recommended for daily driving but do they really squeal that much? Dust doesn't matter because I wash my car regularly. Would the heat cycling of daily driving degrade them?
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Hi, sorry for the late reply, got a million things going at once. I was leaning towards the XP20's. Should I use the same compound front and rear? Also, I know they are not recommended for daily driving but do they really squeal that much? Dust doesn't matter because I wash my car regularly. Would the heat cycling of daily driving degrade them?
The best set up would be to run Xp20 and Xp12 for your car. They do squeal a lot but every car is different and every person's noise level is different. The heat cycling of daily driving would not degrade them it won't matter if they do not get hot. Do you have a track day comming up?
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Yes, in about a month, trying to finish dialing in the suspension and steering, improve cooling and add brake pads and new fluid along with brake cooling ducts. I probably won't have time and funds for everything by next track day but hopefully I'll get at least a couple of things sorted out.
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Yes, in about a month, trying to finish dialing in the suspension and steering, improve cooling and add brake pads and new fluid along with brake cooling ducts. I probably won't have time and funds for everything by next track day but hopefully I'll get at least a couple of things sorted out.
Sounds good please let me know if i can help with anything.
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