I found some livable pads for the occasional street drive with the AP Racing Competition Brake Kit (Front CP8350/325)
The kit by default will ship with the Ferodo DS2500 which are advertised as a steerable auto X and light track use pad. It did handle the heat of Laguna Seca at stock power levels no problem, however they are very noisy and dusty on the street. Right after a thorough bed in, when there is plenty of material transferred to the rotor, the pads are quiet. But after a few days of street driving the material wears off the rotors and they become very noisy.
Carbotech offers compounds in the pad shape that fits the AP Racing kit, and to my surprise they offer their 1521 street compound. I ordered a set of Carbotech CTFRP3116 AP Racing CP8350 D50 Brake Pads 18mm
and bedded them in last week. They did the trick! Performance and dust are close to OEM levels with no noise. I don't street drive much, so I'll provide more info over time if things change.
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Once I use up the DS2500 Ferodo pads in the next couple track days, I'll likely step to a more aggressive compound since I found a pad that can do street use. They handle the heat of track abuse (at least a stock power levels), but I'd like to try something with a little more bite and expect they may have some trouble with the recent increase in power.
I also ran Hawk Street/Race pads on the OEM system for a couple track days a couple years ago. They had an impressively strong bite, but they were a bit too much for me at the time, as I often found myself over slowing. I'm sure the driver was the primary issue.
There are a lot of compounds out their in the pad shape, so I'll do some digging and share the results whenever I make a change.