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Tech Talk with Master Power Brakes

Bedding In Brake Pads and Rotors

Posted by toby on Jul 30, 2015 10:23:35 AM

We just received a question from a customer asking about the proper bedding procedure for his new Rallye Series front disc brake conversion kit.  Regardless of which kit you select, it is a good idea to bed or burnish the brakes to transfer an even layer of friction material to the rotors.  Taking this step will ensure smoother, quieter braking and enhanced stopping power.  If you bring the new pads and rotors up to temp too quickly and/or botch the cool down period, you may experience glazing on the pads and poor performance.  Proper bedding ensures a uniform coating of pad material is applied to the rotors.  So, how do we properly bed in new pads and rotors?

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Topics: bedding, Brake Pads, burnishing, classic cars, How To Series, rotors, Vintage Cars

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