Has anyone on here installed the cross drilled and slotted rotors on your charger? If so, did you notice a big difference? Also, what kind did you go with??
Well I just did my brakes a few months ago and they are already squeaking again. But there is plenty of meat left on the pads.
Anti-squeal grease, or compound. I always use 'copper-grease', or copper-slip' on ALL my brake pads in the UK when replacing. These pads should NEVER be fitted dry - the factory anti-squeal material on the pads in not effective. Seems to me the friction materials used on the Charger pads (R/T etc) are prone to creating vibration. The 'uprated' Daytona pads are better and were the fix for issues on the normal R/T's at the dealers.DodgeDude brings up an excellent point. There is this stuff that looks like red glue in a small bottle and you apply it to the backs of the pads that touch something on the caliper, whether it be the pistons or the other side of the caliper. Alot of squeaking can result from the pad jittering around inside the caliper if the pad is not completely tight. This 'glue' essenitally locks the pad in a more definite place to get rid of this jittering and thus less squeaking. Give that a try and see how it goes.
Also, I havent looked at Charger brakes yet so I dont know if there are caliper slides (some cars dont seem to have them. However, it is a must that these are well-greased though!
Let us know how it works out for ya....