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2016 gt350, now have a chance to enjoy.
understand there's generally a brake dust issue with this car and regular washing
has been the solution. no complaints.
now, within a mile of travel after a wash, the wheels are showing excessive brake dust.
no squealing, pulling or loss of braking ability.
just hit 2500 miles. is this part of the break in process ? nothing to worry about ?
thanks
tim
 

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They all create lots of brake dust, its sad but the way it is. Thats most likely why they come with black wheels. Can you imagine how awful that brown crap would look on chrome wheels. You can wash car and wheels spotless and after a few times using brakes it already starts showing up. So basically its normal.
 

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2016 gt350, now have a chance to enjoy.
understand there's generally a brake dust issue with this car and regular washing
has been the solution. no complaints.
now, within a mile of travel after a wash, the wheels are showing excessive brake dust.
no squealing, pulling or loss of braking ability.
just hit 2500 miles. is this part of the break in process ? nothing to worry about ?
thanks
tim
LOL, brake dust in 2 blocks is more accurate. By product of the Brembo brake package.
 

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2016 gt350, now have a chance to enjoy.
understand there's generally a brake dust issue with this car and regular washing
has been the solution. no complaints.
now, within a mile of travel after a wash, the wheels are showing excessive brake dust.
no squealing, pulling or loss of braking ability.
just hit 2500 miles. is this part of the break in process ? nothing to worry about ?
thanks
tim
I WANT to say the dust accumulation has tapered after I got to about 3000 miles or so. Even so, the rims still get a tint to them after a few days to where I'll want to wipe them down.
 
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