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Many Hyundai parts web shops say the same thing, "Discontinued" but Kia shops have the same part as "Available" . That's weird. Is Hyundai changing to a different pads and Kia does not? This is another reason to go with aftermarket pads when times come.P/N: 58101-J5A51
Weird...this parts site says it's discontinued...?
58101-J5A51 - Genuine Hyundai PAD KIT-FRONT DISC BRAKE
My dealer was saying something about a difference between a TSB and a "service campaign" (which they called that pdf)Here is a TSB for resurfacing rotors. Pads not mentioned. There may be another TSB out there.
It's not the same TSB, the one in the dealer's Invoice picture says 19 BR 001GHere is a TSB for resurfacing rotors. Pads not mentioned. There may be another TSB out there.
Sounds like you got the euro pads. Your reaction illustrates exactly why The USDM market gets ceramic pads. The typical American won't tolerate the dust. Myself, I welcome it but I'm not the target market.Well nothing in the TSB other than if it vibrates turn the rotors but the technician changed out the brake pads to the number that was listed on my work order and I will say this generates a lot more brake dust and I’m gonna bet that they’re semi metallic and not ceramic.
This amount of dust is only after driving 20 miles As I just wash the car last Saturday.
The rears look as clean as when I washed them.
cant tell any improvement on braking, just a ton more brake dust. To be honest would have preferred they left the pads alone as I’m not going to be washing the wheels every 25-50 miles with this much dust. I’ve had many cars with performance brakes with semi metallic pads and never had this much brake dust.
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True. I’m thinking I’ll let them bed in a bit better as the rotors are still a bit rough. We’ll see how it goes.You may not like the dust, but consider yourself lucky if they put on the HP metallic pads. I had to pay $400 for those to solve the braking issues with the crappy pads.
If you really can't take the dust, the ceramic pads are cheaper and probably easier to come by. But you may be inviting more brake vibration issues if you go back to those.
Currently Carbotech, G-LOCK, and Stoptech make front and rear pads for our Brembo equipped cars. Word on the street is that there are more brands to follow relatively soon.I agree. Would be nice though if the aftermarket would make compounds for both front and rear though.
Stoptech started making rears? If they are producing the sports I might switch to those. I like the feel of that compound! I'm not a carbotech/gloc (same compound) fan because of their higher compressibility.Currently Carbotech, G-LOCK, and Stoptech make front and rear pads for our Brembo equipped cars. Word on the street is that there are more brands to follow relatively soon.
No problem. Here is a link so you can see them, though I assume maybe you'll be able to get a better deal than going through these guys.Stoptech started making rears? If they are producing the sports I might switch to those. I like the feel of that compound! I'm not a carbotech/gloc (same compound) fan because of their higher compressibility.
Thanks for the heads up!