[s-cars] //S8: 0 - Mk1 ZO6: 1
sryoung at trane.com
Fri Mar 14 10:03:09 PDT 2008
That's basically the procedure StopTech recommends. Worked great for me
with my StopTech BBK. Axxis pads I think.
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From: s-car-list-bounces at audifans.com
[mailto:s-car-list-bounces at audifans.com] On Behalf Of Mike Fitton
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 12:41 PM
To: pkrasusky at ups.com
Cc: s-car-list at audifans.com
Subject: Re: [s-cars] //S8: 0 - Mk1 ZO6: 1
I can't remember exactly. There was a set of how to bed in your junx
instructions online. Might have been Ferodo literature, but it could
have been some other pad. I'm betting it was a Hawk document or maybe
Porterfield. I read it, it made sense at the time, so I did it, but I
don't remember the details.
Yeah, the squeal is there, and it'll stay there, but when I get annoyed
with it I just wait to brake a little later. More pedal yields less
noise. What can I say? They're super hard and durable pads. They're
gonna vibrate a little if you're not pooshing them.
pkrasusky at ups.com wrote:
> How'd you bed them Mike? I'm a fan of 2 Sets of 10 60-10 stops @
> 80-90% threshold braking with 10 minutes in between sets and after
> with NO stopping during procedure. First set, poor bite, green fading
> occurring around the 5th or 6th stop and slowly declining. Second set,
> first few stops almost put you through the window, AMAZING bite, then
> again, 6th stop or so green fading but did not continue to worsen.
> I have 'some' negligible squeal with too little pedal application, but
> I can feather it out with my ankle. And it was cold this a.m.
> Granted I've not got 15k on them yet, but they're thus far much better
> in feel / performance than my Mintex Red, Textar, or OE //S8 pad(?).
> Would depend on how they're used too, of course. I brake late, hard,
> brief, and rare 8-).
> One annoyance so far in is I'm getting a 'scuffing' sound I can hear
> off barriers as I pass, goes away if I push pedal. Suggestions to rid
> There's a track gamer guy on AWD2 who ran a pad comp test on his //S8
> (mit Alcon's mit 20" R compound - schwing), where anyone geek enough
> for too much empirical data can surf - a wealth of info within:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Fitton [mailto:rfitton at vt.edu]
> Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 4:22 PM
> To: Taka Mizutani
> Cc: Krasusky Paul (WQQ2PXK); s-car-list at audifans.com
> Subject: Re: [s-cars] //S8: 0 - Mk1 ZO6: 1
> I can answer that...
> Installed roughly a year ago with Big Blacks, maybe 15k on them.
> lots, but I think it's more rotor dust than pad dust. Noise: lots,
> ear-splitting when they're colder. Pedal feel: not as good as some
> but I think I might have some aging parts or air in the lines. Change
> heat: not much; maybe slightly grabbier and quieter. Fade: zero after
> 40 minutes of high speed heavy braking driving. Rotor wear: haven't
> measured but guessing it's substantial.
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