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Brake pad bedding procedure?


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I just got my replacement pads from Performance Products. The OEM pads they sent are Ate. The instructions that come with the pads aren't that useful. The written part, duplicated in 50 languages, is only enough to keep the lawyers happy. The rest is pictorial. I assume the attached pictogram is supposed to mean "Don't brake hard for 200 kilometers".

My Bentley manual says that new pads will take about 150 miles to break in and during that period to try not to brake hard.

So is that it or is there a "better" bedding produre to be used with new pads? (I'm putting in new rotors at the same time.)

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"Bedding in the brake pads New brake pads require a bedding-in period of approx. 200 km. Not until then do they achieve their best friction and wear coefficient. During this period, the brakes should be subjected to full stress when traveling at high speed only in emergencies."

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