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  • brake in yellow suff pad?

    just a quick question guys just fitted yellow stuff pad and just wondering if i gotta run them in a certain way?

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    Same as all disc pads...no heavy braking for approx 100 miles or you may glaze the pads.

    Just light pressure initially then you'll get the feel for them as they bed in...they also need to be up to temperature to work properly as well...so after bedding in it'll take a few hard stops to get them warmed up.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by In a state View Post
      Same as all disc pads...no heavy braking for approx 100 miles or you may glaze the pads.

      Just light pressure initially then you'll get the feel for them as they bed in...they also need to be up to temperature to work properly as well...so after bedding in it'll take a few hard stops to get them warmed up.
      thanks alot

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      • #4
        Originally posted by In a state View Post
        Same as all disc pads...no heavy braking for approx 100 miles or you may glaze the pads.

        Just light pressure initially then you'll get the feel for them as they bed in...they also need to be up to temperature to work properly as well...so after bedding in it'll take a few hard stops to get them warmed up.
        I have had a few sets of pads that require heavy bedding in ie. several hard stops from 60MPH to bed them in Ferodo DS2500 for example .

        Its best to refer to the manufacturers website for instructions on bedding in for specific pads.
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        Originally posted by soosie
        Gosh Cerberus , yours is exceptionally long !
        Originally posted by soosie
        Gosh Cerberus , really, really HUGE !

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        • #5
          yellow stuff pads can damage your disc when cold, so stamping on them cold to warm them won't do u any favours! warm them gently and they will be awsome when up to temp

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