Disc Brake Pad Set Elvedes Organic Hayes Stroker Ace (1 Pair)
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Hayes Stroker Ace 1 Pair Organic Disc Brake Pads For Hayes Stroker Ace
Within the Elvedes range you will find almost all common disc brake pads and with Elvedes you choose a good price/quality ratio. Use the 60-compartment steel Elvedes Discovery display in the workshop so that you always have the right brake pads within reach.
Compound Compounds are made from different materials. Every compound has its advantages and disadvantages. Within the Elvedes range there is a choice of three different compounds that offer high braking power for every bike and every weather condition.
Metallic carbon (semi-metal)
Lifespan After mounting the new brake pads, it is very important that the blocks are braked in, this extends the lifespan.
Braking in How to improve the life of your disc brake pads: Braking in new disc brake pads extends the lifespan considerably! Keep the brake lever slightly pulled while you ride and make sure the brake pads are touching the brake disc. Drive for approximately 100 meters at a speed of 25 kilometers per hour and brake a little harder at the end to reduce the speed to approximately 5 kilometers per hour. Then slowly increase the speed while braking lightly. Repeat this 10 to 12 times to ensure that your new brake pads are properly set in.