I hate to have to post a issues but this brake squeal in the front has been going on since i got the car pretty much. Thought it would go away but seems to be constant when i apply brake light on the peddle. I have the 6 piston brembos in front and aware in general that brembos are noisy but its kinda too much for my ears with 2400 miles, 2 months old. Any way to get these things to magically quiet down without replacing/upgrading the pads to powerstops?
Did you do a brake bedding in operation? Briefly, hard braking at speed to remove considerable speed without bringing the car to a stop and repeat this several times. This gets the brakes hot, primarily the pads, and this causes the more volatile compounds to outgas which improves braking. No need to over do it. I have found any improvement in braking action falls off after the 3rd braking.
Be sure to after drive the car enough to give the brakes plenty of time to shed the considerable heat.
For brake squeal at light pedal pressure and low speed with my Hellcat -- and this was the case with other cars before the Hellcat -- a brake wash helps. At a DIY car wash spray the cool brakes down with the nozzle setting to spray soap to help more the brake grime mainly dust from the brake hardware (but the inside of the wheel will shed consider brake dust too). But the dust on the caliper and specifically the brake piston dust boots is the main target for removable.
After a soaping phase switch to a rinse phase then if the car wash offers it switch to a no spot rinse setting.
Be aware you do not want to jam the spray nozzle tip right down at the dust boots for fear the high pressure water will tear the boot.
When you first apply the spray the water will be black with dust which give you some idea of how much dust there is.
After the final rinse be sure to take the car in a nice drive and use the brakes a good amount -- do a mini bedding it if you have the right place for it -- to get them warm and keep them warm a while to thoroughly dry them. The parking brake hardware in the rear brakes can retain water so get the brakes nice and hot. But like above then drive the car enough to give the brakes times to cool down.
Every so often when my Hellcat manifests a mild brake squeal upon light braking I do the above and the noise is gone and remains gone for months. If you live in a wetter area the brake dust accumulation might be worse due to the rust that forms on the rotors and which is scrubbed off when the brakes are used but course just adds to the dust load the brakes are exposed to.
Oh, the brake dust on the piston dust boots interferes with the natural tendency of the pistons to retract slightly when the pedal is released. Normally the pistons pull back due the natural hysteresis in the piston seals but it doesn't take much to interfere and prevent this from happening.
As a result the pads or just one pad or even just a portion of a pad can remain in light contact with the rotor and this develops a light glazing that can produce the squeal.
The washing only takes a few minutes and costs just a few dollars in quarters. If it works saves you the considerable cost of trying to find substitute brake hardware that will deliver the same braking performance with no squeal. 'course even the new hardware could fall victim to the brake dust and make noise after a while.