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      08-09-2013, 02:40 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by The HACK
I've always found the MOST effective way to bed in a set of pads for track use, is to sacrifice your first session, drive at about 6/10th and ramp up your braking as you go. Just be VERY careful the first 2-3 stops, especially with track pads.

They'll be good to go and vibration free for the remaining sessions.
I tried this with the pfc08 an they became intolerable after a few laps. I think the long hard stops w cooling is key for them
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