Re: Redstuff brake pads on street
I've used yellowstuff for my previous Audi which I used on the track a fair bit.
I found that they were marginally better than OEM with a slightly higher temp handling, however the pads felt a lot more "wooden" with less feel through the pedal. Red and yellowstuff pads are both more abrasive than stock OEM pads so keep that in mind when looking for rotor life e.t.c
After a three or four track sessions some of the edges of the pads chipped off, they gave reasonably long life compared to OEM but the dust situation hardly improved and the squealing annoyed me. I would stick with OEM for road use from previous experience or go right to the top for some race Pagid's for track use.
The old issue with material transfer or glazing onto the discs I believe was some of the older compounds which have now changed.
I also got rid of the squealing after a hard track day or getting the brakes quite hot. It would go away for a few weeks then return!
2009 MY2010 Cayman - Basalt Black, Cayman S 18's, PDK, MFSW, Rear Wiper. Australian spec with PCM 3.0 and sound package plus. Evom Intake, Venture shield clear bra.
Previous ride : 2008 Audi TTR