I've used EBC greens on my sportbikes and they were far superior to stock along with stainless-steel brake lines. Great progressive feel and initial bite. It's true that they are low dust-producing compunds. One just has to match pad wear vs. rotor wear when assessing different types of brake pads. Harder pads will produce less brake dust although the rotors will bear the burden of greater wear.AfterFX said:I'm running EBC Greenstuff on my Vette. They are Kevlar based, no warm-up or fading problems. They are also low dusting and easy on the rotors. I've used them in Auto-X and Drag Racing numerous times...never a problem.
That's funny, they are the ones who told me to go with the EBC's in the first place.mhgsx said:Get the Hawk HPS pads. Forget about the EBC green stuff. Even the TireRack reps will tell you the same.
Did the Infiniti Tech support a reason for only the highly-conservative 5mm? Always have to ask why to justify any recommendation as I've found that every "certified-tech" has an opinion based on their own background, experience, exposure and insight.mushutofu said:In regards to spacers my infiniti tech told me not to go beyond 5mm with spacers.