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Old 06-28-2009, 04:15 PM   #6
FromageTheDog
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Originally Posted by REX8 View Post
Try running 2500's in front, and 2500's or at least HP+'s, EBC yellow, etc. in the rear.
Roger wilco.

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Again, you should not be surprised that your mild street pads (Axxis Del.) are going to the backing plates after one track day. They are completely inadequate for the temps you see. You're lucky you're getting a day out of them.
...and in fact I'm not. I realized yesterday when swapping in new pads (Axxis Del. -- never to track again!) that the pads wore to the plates and gouged neat concentric rings into my rear rotors. Ouch. Stupid $90 mistake...

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Forget the bias, etc. for now. You should be focusing on step 1, proper pads, before looking further into your system.
Fair enough. I'll definitely try the EBC yellows in back; the price is right on those guys. I'm shocked that the rear 2500s are almost as expensive as the massive front ST40 pads...!

Do you folks recommend swapping pads at the track, or is daily commute wear (400 miles/week for me) going to be largely in the noise relative to track days?
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