Re: Brakes - 2015 SRT
Unless you have driven the car like a mad man, there is NO WAY you need new pads and rotors already. I would call SRT hotline and bitch. 14K miles is just outside of 12K. Hell, inspect the hardware yourself. I changed the pads and rotors on mine at 20K just because I was tired of the dust and wanted more aggressive rotors, and they were no worse than 50% gone.
At any rate, please do the rotors/pads yourself if you need to. It is incredibly easy. I have never touched brakes on a vehicle other than this and my SRT 392 Charger (same braking system). It shocked me how simple it is... it can be tedious though if brake dust has caked into the hardware though.
A lot of people recommend StopTech pads. I've never used them. Personally I've used PowerStop Z23 pads with good success, and they're cheap and essentially dust free. Hellcat/392 owners love them. But they may not be that great for several hard braking sessions with this much weight. I haven't tested it on purpose, but a few times when I drove like a bat out of hell, I felt like the pads weren't going to keep up - I could've been totally wrong though. Sorry I don't have more info there.
I bought BrakePerformance rotors for about $450~, F/R. Black zinc coated to prevent rust, and dimpled and slotted for aggressiveness. Can't complain there.
aFe Machforce XP | aFe long tube headers | aFe Momentum GT | MM 87mm TB | Custom tune | Dimpled/slotted black zinc rotors | PowerStop Z23 | Carbon fiber front splitter
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