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Its called "pad slap" and its the normal sound of the brake pads being moved by the rotor and contacting the caliper. There should be small spring clips to help absorb the energy and reduce the sound. Sometimes those clips get lost during brake repairs? Also, dirt, grease, salt, rust, etc. can collect and cause the pad to stick and release increasing the energy transfer and sound. Usually a good cleaning and lube will help with this.
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2016 Mazda 6 Touring (w/6-speed manual transmission)
OE fog lights, navigation, auto-dimming mirror,
Tanabe front strut bar, Michelin Pilot Sport AS3+ tires,
Orange Virus Tune-91-octane, Racing Beat rear muffler