Question about 2006 Audi A4
The car makes a lot of noise from the dust that the brake pads. I have heard about this issue . I think the problem is an inherent engineering flaw in the way Audi designed the brake setup for this vehicle. I think the rotors are just too small for the weight of the vehicle, braking bias, etc. Therefore, any stock replacement rotor you get will likely have the same problem, at least after awhile of use.
Should I change the diameter of the rotors (disc)?
Try changing the type of brake pads you are using. It will make a difference on the noise and all of the dirty brake dust that gets on the rims.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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