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Just wanted to give you guys a heads up. I've been testing a set of Ceramic pads for the Titan. Per the vendor I had my rotors cut prior to installing and bedding the new pads. The vendor believes that the "warped" feeling is not due to the rotors actually warping but to poor pad material transfer to the rotors.

I've got about 1000 miles on the Ceramic pads now. Which includes 600 miles of towing a roughly 6800lb load. I have to say that I beleive that these will be the best bang for the buck brake mod you will be able to do!

On my tow trip a fool decided to brake check me on the 401 in Canada. This was not a smart move as I had 12,000lbs coming towards his bumper. The truck stopped very good prior to the trailer brakes ramping up to their full output. Also at one point I forgot to turn my brake controller on and the truck stopped 12,000lbs pretty damn good on just it's own brakes!

Since returning from that trip and driving the truck without trailer in tow I have to say the following about them.

1.) The dust *WAY* less then the stock pads
2.) They don't fade like the stock pads
3.) They STOP LIKE NO TOMORROW

I'm working with the vendor and Mossy Performance to get them put into production in the next few weeks. Keep watching on http://www.nissanperformancemag.com for details on them.
 

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billaku said:
rkawski,

Where to look - now or future - www.nissanperformancemag.com ?
Forums, certain issue, etc.?

Continuing experience same as initital?

Thanks for info.
Yes I will have an update on www.nissanperformancemag.com for November. I had hoped that I could get someone to help do a brake test to compare a stock truck to my truck but it looks like no-one wants to help out with that. I'm working on getting a truck from my dealer. The problem is that it doesn't have theoff road package so I'll have to swap wheels to make the test more comparable.

The pads will be available from Mossy Performance. You will not be disappointed. The truck now brakes as well as my 2600lb cars.
 

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amati5 said:
It seems they did exactly what the lates brake tsb lists. I have to ask, what is the torque member? is it the caliper itself? or just part of the caliper?Thanks
It is the bracket the caliper bolts to and then the bracket bolts to the hub. Order up the pads. 3,000 miles and counting Carbotech Bobcats are still working awesome.

Recently I came back from a trip out west to JGTC. While out there I drove a rental car and my friends race car. I came back and drove my SE-R with metal masters and thought it stopped like ***. Few days later I drive the Titan and go WOW these brakes are awesome. The truck stops and feels way better then my 2600lb SE-R!
 
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