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Are these NAPA Brake Pads good?

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Are these NAPA Brake Pads good?

I am going to attempt to replace my own brake pads for the first time. Can someone check if this is a reputable pads at all?

Brake Pads - Front, Premium - OE Ceramic - https://www.napacanada.com/en/p/FNPSS8450X

Thank you!
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What car is this for? $100 for a 2 pairs of brake pads... seems expensive if it's just for a grocery getter (Can get good ones for $40 or less)
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Swswswish wrote:
May 19th, 2017 2:58 pm
What car is this for? $100 for a 2 pairs of brake pads... seems expensive if it's just for a grocery getter (Can get good ones for $40 or less)
For Genesis Coupe 2.0T. So I think it needs bigger pads than grocery getters!
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dragon513 wrote:
May 19th, 2017 3:13 pm
For Genesis Coupe 2.0T. So I think it needs bigger pads than grocery getters!
If you buy pads specified for your car then they are what is for your car. They will be sized for that specific car. To compare them to "grocery getter" pads makes no sense.
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Pete_Coach wrote:
May 19th, 2017 4:06 pm
If you buy pads specified for your car then they are what is for your car. They will be sized for that specific car. To compare them to "grocery getter" pads makes no sense.
great! Going to pick them up.
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Make sure you buy some brake lube if you don't already have it.
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dragon513 wrote:
May 19th, 2017 3:13 pm
For Genesis Coupe 2.0T. So I think it needs bigger pads than grocery getters!
$100 sounds about right
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That's a lot for no name China stuff. I would avoid and get ATE or Centric pads. Check Partsource or Canadian Tire. Or get from Rockauto.com if you can wait.
You can get Centric/StopTech performance pads for under $40 USD http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/hyun ... e+pad,1684

Here's the China supplier of that NAPA junk.
Supplier NL: Shandong Gold Phoenix Co., Ltd
999 Fule Road, Leling City
Shandong Province,China
Telephone: +86 531 81173810
https://www.uapinc.com/msds/PDF/FICHES/ ... LINGUE.pdf
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engineered wrote:
May 19th, 2017 7:46 pm
That's a lot for no name China stuff. I would avoid and get ATE or Centric pads. Check Partsource or Canadian Tire. Or get from Rockauto.com if you can wait.
You can get Centric/StopTech performance pads for under $40 USD http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/hyun ... e+pad,1684

Here's the China supplier of that NAPA junk.
Supplier NL: Shandong Gold Phoenix Co., Ltd
999 Fule Road, Leling City
Shandong Province,China
Telephone: +86 531 81173810
https://www.uapinc.com/msds/PDF/FICHES/ ... LINGUE.pdf
That is a great price. I almost feel bad for paying $100 whether I bought quality part or not haha. I only did the front this time. I will put an order from RockAuto for the rears. Thank you!
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I put these NAPA Premium ceramic on my wives 'grocery-getter' 4 years ago and they have lots of material left. No problems at all.
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