ZO6 Brakes

I have an '04 ZO6. The brakes work well, but squeak at low speed and they make a ton of black brake dust.
Does anyone have a recommendation for pads that won't squeak and that don't
dust?
Thanks, Ed
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Buy the cheapest organic pad you can put in.
Expect your braking to be in the league of a school bus.
There is no free lunch in brakes. If you want superior braking, there are some things you have to put up with.

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I'm thrilled with the performance and reduction in brake dust of the GM performance drilled and slotted rotors with ceramic brake pads. I haven't seen any reduction in braking power, rather my brakes feel like the brakes on my wife's boxter do. Smooth, quiet and efficient. I picked mine up on ebay and installed them myself for about $350 for all four corners. The dust is now more white than black and there is a lot less of it. Not to mention they are GM parts. The only thing I would do different next time is paint the hats before putting them on the car. I didn't think the hats would rust like they do.
-Stan '99 C5 Vert '00 C5 Coupe

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sbright wrote:

warming up before they had any feel. How different are these between hot and cold?
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PJ
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