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Porsche says brake squeal is normal

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blogentry-133713-0-49064800-1517564244_thumb.jpgPorsche has created a video explaining why some of its cars are producing brake squeal when driving in normal conditions.

 

While there are no official word on why they produced such a video, it is safe to guess that some of their customers have complained that they are experiencing such a 'problem' and Porsche wants to assure them that it is not an issue.

 

We don't blame the customers though as it is ingrained in every driver’s mind after their first few years behind the wheel of a car that once their brakes screech, it's time to get them sorted out. So to get such squealing noises when their cars are new can be abit annoying considering how much Porsches cost.

 

For those who want to know why high-performance brakes squeal when coming to a stop at low speeds, watch the video below and let the gurus at Porsche explain.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=215&v=fUNHb9O52WQ

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Must be too many Customers around the World complained to Porsche about "Brake squeal",this make the Factory made this video,well,i understood Ceramics brakes squeal,the normal Brake discs should be quiet...maybe Porsche used High Temperture,harder brake pads than the rest of the Industries.

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