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I opted to go Ceramic on the Challenger because of experience with my Camaro.
When putting in the Hawk Ceramics, I noticed that the Dodge OEM pads generate a lot less dust than my OEM Camaro pads do.
Brake Dust on the Camaro's rims are very noticeable after a few days.
Brake Dust on the Challenger's rims are scarcely noticeable even after weeks of driving.
Ceramic Pads on the Challenger to minimize brake dust may be of minimal value and an unnecessary expense.
Do they help with the brake squeal at all, that's my biggest issue.
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