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Old 02-28-2013, 01:52 PM   #1
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Do they cover "Squeling" brakes under warranty ?
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Do they cover "Squeling" brakes under warranty ?
No. Do you have brembo package? Prepare to be given crap over spelling btw lol.
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I don't believe they cover "squeling" or "squealing" brakes under warranty =). I'll forgive the spelling error because his sentence made sense. I've seen some spelling and grammar disasters on here. Get some new brake pads on their(there), man, or else your(you're) going to have a bad time!
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mine do it some when braking but I have started to assume it is because they surface rust after raining and then that gets all over the pads and then of course the pads clamping on the rotors.

Got other priorities first but new rotors are definitely going to happen at some point.
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No. Do you have brembo package? Prepare to be given crap over spelling btw lol.
No Brembo , & I'm a bad speller ! LOL

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I don't believe they cover "squeling" or "squealing" brakes under warranty =). I'll forgive the spelling error because his sentence made sense. I've seen some spelling and grammar disasters on here. Get some new brake pads on their(there), man, or else your(you're) going to have a bad time!
LOL. I guess I need to grease the crud out of the pads & may has well put on better pads while I'm at it, that's good advise.

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mine do it some when braking but I have started to assume it is because they surface rust after raining and then that gets all over the pads and then of course the pads clamping on the rotors.

Got other priorities first but new rotors are definitely going to happen at some point.
I noticed mine after about 1000 miles , I guess they didn't grease them good at the factory ? :/
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No Brembo , & I'm a bad speller ! LOL

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LOL. I guess I need to grease the crud out of the pads & may has well put on better pads while I'm at it, that's good advise.

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I noticed mine after about 1000 miles , I guess they didn't grease them good at the factory ? :/
When do they squeak? First time driving them for the day? You know not to grease the pad itself right? You won't get squeaking from anything other than the pad to rotor contact.
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When do they squeak? First time driving them for the day? You know not to grease the pad itself right? You won't get squeaking from anything other than the pad to rotor contact.
Oh yeah dude I'm not gonna grease the pad itself. Lol. All brake noise is metal on metal.
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Front left and right side. 16,500 miles roughly. Doesn't this look terrible? They actually don't look half as bad as they usually do after it rains. Probably because I pulled the car back a few feet before taking the wheels off.

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Those orange konis look good!
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Those orange konis look good!
but my brakes look horrible!
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but my brakes look horrible!
Eh, who cares, do they work still? Lol
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Eh, who cares, do they work still? Lol
haha I do! They make my plastidipped wheels look bad. Forget brake dust, I have rust dust all over the insides!
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Front left and right side. 16,500 miles roughly. Doesn't this look terrible? They actually don't look half as bad as they usually do after it rains. Probably because I pulled the car back a few feet before taking the wheels off.
Truthfully the wear on those does look bad.
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Looks to me like he just needs to knock the rust off by driving and braking lol.
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Looks to me like he just needs to knock the rust off by driving and braking lol.
Tough to tell, Hey Grabber nice Car!
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Front left and right side. 16,500 miles roughly. Doesn't this look terrible? They actually don't look half as bad as they usually do after it rains. Probably because I pulled the car back a few feet before taking the wheels off.
They do look pretty bad, but my Saleen S331 and Mustang both do the same thing. The zinc coated rotors do the same thing as well since the zinc coating is scraped off after your first time driving, as for squealing, my truck squeals bad! Since about 15,000 miles, brought it in multiple times and they all say the brakes are perfectly fine. The truck usually squeals at lower speed, the mustang I have not noticed any squealing as of now with 10,000 miles.

*Note: Saleen has the 15" Slotted Brake Upgrade, and Mustang has OEM Brembo Brakes.
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