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Brake pad replacement on 2005 Acura MDX

\015 1. I am considering replacing the front and rear brake pads (and rotors) and found a torque recommendation of 20 ft/lbs. for tightening the calipers. This seems low to me. Is 20 ft/lbs correct?\015\012\015\0122. Typically, what is the differance in braking ability and/or service life of "a second grade vs the next better grade" of ceramic pads.\015\012Thankyou\015\012Terry.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 27-09-2021

Answers :

1. torque on the slide pins is about 25 to 30 ft lbs.
2. torque on caliper bracket to knuckle is 80 to 100 ft lbs
3. get the best pad you can get ,its an Acura . I recommend Bendix import quiet ceramic pads.
4. ceramic = less noise/dust less stopping power
metalics= better stopping power/noisey lots of dust
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