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I went with the new Raybestos Element 3 coated rotors and their new element3 hybrid pads. The pads are a combination of ceramic and semi metallic. No more feedback in the steering wheel. Way better stopping power than what I had with OEM. Sad that the brakes needed to be replaced at better than 50% more life, and the crappy metal the stock rotors are made of. IMG_20191026_134204603.jpg IMG_20191026_131739016.jpg IMG_20191026_135217243.jpg IMG_20191026_131716156.jpg IMG_20191026_131626970_HDR.jpg
 

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Those pads still ha e a ton of life left on them. Why the change, because I don't see the reason?

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Raybestos are good, however, I had a set of Raybestos Advanced Technology front rotors on my 2006 R51 Pathfinder and they started pulsating under hard braking around 35,000 miles. I did a lot better with just a set of "regular ol'" Wagner brake rotors on my 2008 Pathfinder. Over 150,000 miles on them and coming up on being due for front pads and only a hint of pulsation. To be fair, I'm not the one that usually drives that vehicle so that may be part of the reason! :unsure:
 
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