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audi 2003 Allroad Front Brakes

What is the best front brake pad and rotor combination for a 2003 Audi Allroad. I bought POWERSTOP BRAKE DISC AND PAD KIT and I can feel every slot go past the pads and the are vibrating when I break with medium pressure from 70 mph
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I'm running Akebono pads (love them) and I'd suggest simple Zimmerman coated rotors for the front.
Most people are very happy with their Zimmermans. The other option would be powerslot's and have them cryotreated, but there isn't much need for that unless you are tracking you're allroad.
Akebono's can be found for cheapest on Amazon. What brake formation do you have? HP2's?
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