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    Quote Originally Posted by abdul_wasay1 View Post
    MK brake pads performance for cultus...
    The normal MK which are available in market in yellow boxes are no good they heat up pretty quickly and you will experience brake fade..

    If you are able to find MK carbon (blue box) one's they are better in performance.

    I once drove my friends cultus which was having those brake pads and the bite of brake was awesome and they didn't got heat up like the normal one's.

    My personal cultus has TRW one's installed they are better than those MK yellow box one's.

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    Bro also consider their is no air brakes,go for good machanic.i m also using yellow mk pads but the bite is awsome.my machnic did its adjustment very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abidaaa View Post
    Bro also consider their is no air brakes,go for good machanic.i m also using yellow mk pads but the bite is awsome.my machnic did its adjustment very well.

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    Have you tried braking hard on 100+km/h.??
    What happens then!

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    Even than very good

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    Quote Originally Posted by abidaaa View Post
    Even than very good

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    Well this is an exceptional case..!

    I haven't seen any of my friend's or family satisfied by these MK (yellow box) one's.
    I myself wasn't satisfied when i used them... My car's are used mostly on Highway. Speeds ranging 80-120km/h but i always found MK ( yellow box) one's in-effective in hard braking. After Hard braking they usually heat up and stop responding for some time.!

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    from where i bought TRW original brake pads in rawalpindi & also tell me Is any TRW produce squeaking sound on brake...??? and TRW effects the Brake DISC???
    Quote Originally Posted by hassantahir2 View Post
    Well this is an exceptional case..!

    I haven't seen any of my friend's or family satisfied by these MK (yellow box) one's.
    I myself wasn't satisfied when i used them... My car's are used mostly on Highway. Speeds ranging 80-120km/h but i always found MK ( yellow box) one's in-effective in hard braking. After Hard braking they usually heat up and stop responding for some time.!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdul_wasay1 View Post
    from where i bought TRW original brake pads in rawalpindi & also tell me Is any TRW produce squeaking sound on brake...??? and TRW effects the Brake DISC???
    TRW brake pads are available at Koh e noor traders Saddar Rawalpindi, however I have no experience with them.
    I would advise you to go for Frixa brake pads. Made in Korea.
    I am using them in my Khyber and brake is very good, even in these Monsoon rains when the car has to pass through ponds of water on roads, the brakes are not producing any noises or loosing the grip. The rear shoes are of MK and they produce noise sometimes after passing through water.
    Today during early morning rain, a dog comes in front of my car at Islamabad Expressway, I was at 80 Kmph and the car stopped well within time and avoided the collision.
    I agree, the MK ones are crap. I was using them before Frixa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abdul_wasay1 View Post
    from where i bought TRW original brake pads in rawalpindi & also tell me Is any TRW produce squeaking sound on brake...??? and TRW effects the Brake DISC???
    Don't know about Rawalpindi. My car has covered 32k kms on these brake pads and so far no noise and not any extensive disc wear noted.

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    i am using sumitomo pads i purchase from wassem autos rwp.. brakes are effective after 5km in morning other means when brakes are heatup... opposite to MK as hassan bhai said... but sumitomo produce nosie on braking... i need effective brake with no nosie issue and heatup issue.... do u fully satisfied with Firxa pads???

    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    TRW brake pads are available at Koh e noor traders Saddar Rawalpindi, however I have no experience with them.
    I would advise you to go for Frixa brake pads. Made in Korea.
    I am using them in my Khyber and brake is very good, even in these Monsoon rains when the car has to pass through ponds of water on roads, the brakes are not producing any noises or loosing the grip. The rear shoes are of MK and they produce noise sometimes after passing through water.
    Today during early morning rain, a dog comes in front of my car at Islamabad Expressway, I was at 80 Kmph and the car stopped well within time and avoided the collision.
    I agree, the MK ones are crap. I was using them before Frixa.

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    also tell anyone have this issue that brakes are effective after 5km in morning when car is fully warm up... if not what the issue brake pads or other issue....????

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdul_wasay1 View Post
    also tell anyone have this issue that brakes are effective after 5km in morning when car is fully warm up... if not what the issue brake pads or other issue....????
    I can't remember exactly but the pads from factory in cultus are sumitomo i guess they are good in braking...
    There is some other problem in your car's braking system.
    It may be due to brake booster vacuum connection maybe....
    Its better to check with some expert mechanic in this situation.!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdul_wasay1 View Post
    i am using sumitomo pads i purchase from wassem autos rwp.. brakes are effective after 5km in morning other means when brakes are heatup... opposite to MK as hassan bhai said... but sumitomo produce nosie on braking... i need effective brake with no nosie issue and heatup issue.... do u fully satisfied with Firxa pads???
    Yes, I am. Today I have driven around 120 Kms, all in rain and mud and broken roads of Shah Allah Ditta. No issues with Frixa.
    The brake does not heat up when applied at high speeds, however I have yet to test them on downhill for heat issues.
    But Sumitomo are very good brake pads, there shouldn't be any issue with them if they are original.
    For how much you bought them?
    I agree with @hassantahir2 you should get your brakes checked by some good mechanic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hassantahir2 View Post
    Well this is an exceptional case..!

    I haven't seen any of my friend's or family satisfied by these MK (yellow box) one's.
    I myself wasn't satisfied when i used them... My car's are used mostly on Highway. Speeds ranging 80-120km/h but i always found MK ( yellow box) one's in-effective in hard braking. After Hard braking they usually heat up and stop responding for some time.!

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    i buy sumitomo pads from wassem autos saddar rwp.. in 800/- rupess... my basic issue is not the effective brake the issue is how i remove nosie of brake...

    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    Yes, I am. Today I have driven around 120 Kms, all in rain and mud and broken roads of Shah Allah Ditta. No issues with Frixa.
    The brake does not heat up when applied at high speeds, however I have yet to test them on downhill for heat issues.
    But Sumitomo are very good brake pads, there shouldn't be any issue with them if they are original.
    For how much you bought them?
    I agree with @hassantahir2 you should get your brakes checked by some good mechanic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdul_wasay1 View Post
    i buy sumitomo pads from wassem autos saddar rwp.. in 800/- rupess... my basic issue is not the effective brake the issue is how i remove nosie of brake...
    The original brake pads of Cultus cost more than Rs. 5,000/-
    This is some copy.
    I have heard there are copies with different spellings like Sumimoto etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    The original brake pads of Cultus cost more than Rs. 5,000/-
    This is some copy.
    I have heard there are copies with different spellings like Sumimoto etc
    Orignal SGP one's are available in market for 3200-/RS. While Suzuki spares are selling for 4800+-/RS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassantahir2 View Post
    Orignal SGP one's are available in market for 3200-/RS. While Suzuki spares are selling for 4800+-/RS.

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    Here at Waseem autos, they are available for Rs. 4,700/-
    And at Koh e Noor traders Rs. 4,600/-
    I think SGP parts also come from different brands from various countries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    Here at Waseem autos, they are available for Rs. 4,700/-
    And at Koh e Noor traders Rs. 4,600/-
    I think SGP parts also come from different brands from various countries.
    Yeah... That's the main reason of varying prices shop to shop.! They are just packed in SGP packing.

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