Any reduction in brake noise, and more importantly brake dust would compromise the braking efficiency of the brake pad. The nature of these brakes is that they stop the car in a remarkable fashion. When you’re diving into a turn after 100+ mph straight you will appreciate how they work when you stand on them. And by the way, spirited driving will eliminate your brake squeak for a period of time too. A different pad is only a bandaid and a compromise.I just bought a new GT350 and the brake squealing is embarrassing. The dealership told me it is the "race track" high performance brake pads. I have no idea why Ford/Shelby doesn't have optional street version brake pads for the GT350. It would be no different than my 1969 Pro Street Mustang that has a set of slicks for the Race Track and a set of drag radials for the street.