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Re: Brake dust question (archive)

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Posted by bim-man on February 08, 2000 at 20:47:41:

In Reply to: Brake dust question posted by C.Yang on February 07, 2000 at 15:25:37:

: What is the best way to remove those stubborn brake dust stains on my 2spoke BMW wheels. Tried scrubbing to heck, but it didn't work. Will wheel acid get it off?Thanks

First, Metal Masters are easy on discs if used resonably,and give okay braking for the semi aggresive driver. If you want the best performance for you money try Pagid or Performance Friction. Some brake dust, but a layer of carbon forms on the disc and creates a carbon carbon situation, somewhat like F1, with more unsprung wt.

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