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      06-11-2016, 06:20 AM   #4
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Interested. How do you bed these on the track. Can you swap back to stock pads when done for the weekend or do you recommend separate rotors.
Remember DS2500 is more or less a aggressive street and very light track day pad. DS1.11 is what you want for full track.

Having an extra set of rotors will be the most ideal that way you don't have to perform the bed-in process each time you hit the track.

The best videos out there on bedding in your pads, including if you want to use the same rotors and swap between street and track pads:

https://www.essexparts.com/support/learning-center--faq

Harold
Thanks Harold. The videos are excellent. My question assumed I was using the DS1.11 for track pads and something else like factory pads for my daily use. Sorry I wasn't clear.
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