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    AXXIS Dustless brake pads

    Has anyone put these pads on their M? I had them one my 528i and have them on my wife's 2001 X5, They are great. No dust,braking is excellent, not the metallic's but the premuims. I ordered a set for my M. I can't stand the dust on the rims, even during a mile ride! I don't track the car or anything, but was wondering if anyone tried them on their M ? And if there was any problems?
    I would appreciate any feedback on this, Thanks, in advance.


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    yes, get the Axxis Deluxe

    or for better fade resistence with slightly more dust, the Axxis Ultimates. you'll find both at Zeckhausen[dot]com, along with some more info. I've used the Ultimates for about 5 yrs on two cars (540 and M5).
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    2003 M5 - same pads, and NO DUST!


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    Re: yes, get the Axxis Deluxe

    I got the DELUXE organtic ones, I was afraid of warping the rotors, Do you think these are any good?

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    Zeckhausen recommends, so yes

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    At least 25k miles and still good! Axxis Dlx +

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    Re: AXXIS Dustless brake pads

    I installed the new AXXIS pads all the way around last week, well I've driven the car today and found these pads to be GREAT, stopping, minimal dust & very smooth. I would recommend them to any BMW owners.

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    Yea on the Ultimates, Nay on the Deluxe

    On both an e34 and e39 540i, I found the Deluxe formulation to have significantly diminished resistance to fade compared to OEM.
    Noticable fade on a second of two successive 90mph to 55mph hard applications. A third application was a little worrying as the pads had gone rather greasy and there wasn't a lot of friction to be had.
    But, they are as dustless as any pad I've ever seen. Awesome for the family van.

    Ultimates are pretty good. Better heat resistance than OEM, and somewhat less dust (wheels are still dirty after 1 week). They do squeal a fair amount when hot, but unless I find something better, they're my recommendation.

    Now, on a nice M5, I would think that the Deluxe is an absolute no-no.

    John

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