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Rake pads

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Paul Dunstan
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2020/03/22 12:42:06 (permalink)
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Rake pads

Hi All. Looking at bleeding my brakes but need pads for the rear R31 calipers. As I have EBC Greens in the front (came in the Hispec kit) I was going to run the same. But then got looking at opinions on said pads and they’re less than a glowing review - poor bite when cold, not too good when at operating temp, noisy etc.
So what are ppls recommendations? This is a road car hence I would like something which has good initial bite and feel with low dust.

Cheers

Paul
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    Robbie
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    Re: Rake pads 2020/03/22 14:53:08 (permalink)
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    I can not comment on the greens but i had RBC reds in my evo and hated them. Changed to some elig pads and couldnt believe the difference they made. I dont think they do a escort/skyline so that doesnt really help you.

    People speak volumes about the DS2500 pad in the front, but i dont think they offer the same option in the rear. Could perhaps upgrade the fronts and standard bendix pad in the rear?
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    Paul Dunstan
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    Re: Rake pads 2020/03/22 23:03:33 (permalink)
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    Yeah. Might just go generic for now and see how it goes. Thanks.

    Cheers

    Paul
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