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      12-11-2016, 12:12 PM   #23
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I would love a quote as well, for 95014. Going to Laguna Seca in a couple weeks...

Beginner question, if I swap back to the regular pads after the track, what is the best storage for track pads, and how long can I keep them?
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I would love a quote as well, for 95014. Going to Laguna Seca in a couple weeks...

Beginner question, if I swap back to the regular pads after the track, what is the best storage for track pads, and how long can I keep them?
Laguna Seca would be one of the tracks that you want some better pads for sure as there are a few heavy braking zones.

You can just store the race pads back into their original box. As long as you have more than 4-5mm of material left on them keep using them. At about 3mm, they are not likely going to last another day at the track, especially at Laguna Seca.
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      02-03-2017, 04:11 PM   #29
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HP Autosport What would you recommend between the DS1.11 and the RS29s? Also, how does the bite compare to the stock pads (at temp)
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HP Autosport What would you recommend between the DS1.11 and the RS29s? Also, how does the bite compare to the stock pads (at temp)
DS1.11 has a very flat torque curve, very long lasting(the longest wear of any Ferodo compound) and easy on the rotors. The characteristics are very much like the RS29s. Tough to tell you which is better, but the RS29 does cost less and that is the tie breaker for me. You really can't go wrong with either one.

OEM pads can only muster friction levels of .4 at the most, some can be as low as .3 anything in between(not sure if any aftermarket brake manufacturer did any testing on BMW OEM pads) and these two pads above will generate more than that even cold. I assume when you say "at temp", meaning track temperatures, both of the RS29 and DS1.11 will far exceed the friction levels of the OEM pads.
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Awesome response. Will likely be reaching out to you for a set after winter for track season

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DS1.11 has a very flat torque curve, very long lasting(the longest wear of any Ferodo compound) and easy on the rotors. The characteristics are very much like the RS29s. Tough to tell you which is better, but the RS29 does cost less and that is the tie breaker for me. You really can't go wrong with either one.

OEM pads can only muster friction levels of .4 at the most, some can be as low as .3 anything in between(not sure if any aftermarket brake manufacturer did any testing on BMW OEM pads) and these two pads above will generate more than that even cold. I assume when you say "at temp", meaning track temperatures, both of the RS29 and DS1.11 will far exceed the friction levels of the OEM pads.
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Awesome response. Will likely be reaching out to you for a set after winter for track season
In case you didn't catch in friction level of the RS29 in my original post, here it is again:

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Cold 0.40 PAGID Brake Pads
At 100°C 0.43
At 300°C 0.47
Max at (@ 550°C) 0.49
Constant working temperature: 400 – 700°C
Max temperature for short period only: 750°C
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Forum member discount code please, or price quote for front-rear RSL-29 to 44515. Thanks
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Pagid RS29 is a recent development from the bases of RS29, with a very similar friction coefficient to RS19 with improvements in initial bite offering quicker response and slightly more temperature stable at the upper levels of the temperature range. Developments in raw material selection and compounding have resulted in improvements also in pedal feel and feedback, helping with modulation particularly on lighter applications.

This material provides very good levels of performance and response at all temperature levels, only slight temperature inputs are required to bring the pad up to its optimum performance level. Another favourite with endurance racers having won many classes at all major endurance events, such as Le-Mans, Daytona, Spa, Nurburgring, etc. Due to the exceptional pad life and very low wear on brake discs it has been possible to run 24 hours with out a change of pads or discs. Able to withstand slightly higher disc temperatures than RS19, this has proved more suitable for applications running very high disc temperatures.

Although designed primarily for endurance racing, because of the consistent levels of performance and user friendliness many competitors use this material successfully for sprint and short distance races also. This has been seen in British GT Cup class, winning the Championship for the last 3 years in races averaging 1-2 hours in duration. RS19 has also found favour in the growing track day market due to the level of control, good cold performance, long life and low disc wear.

While not being the cheapest brake pads on the market, we have proved that due to the longer life and less disc wear in comparison to other competitor’s product, running costs can be reduced in comparison to cheaper, inferior products.

It is clear that the customer should look beyond the initial purchase price and make an accurate comparison with other competitor’s products to find the most cost effective braking solution. When compared to cheaper pads that wear more quickly and reduce disc life, and may also not perform consistently to the same level, the initially more costly product can often work out to be cheaper when calculated over the entire season.

Friction Level

Cold 0.40 PAGID Brake Pads
At 100°C 0.43
At 300°C 0.47
Max at (@ 550°C) 0.49
Constant working temperature: 400 – 700°C
Max temperature for short period only: 750°C
Is RS29 good for my M2 for use at Watkins Glen? Would it be ok to use RS29 on the front and stock on rear? Is the forum discount still available?
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Is RS29 good for my M2 for use at Watkins Glen? Would it be ok to use RS29 on the front and stock on rear? Is the forum discount still available?
Yes, you certainly can, but you are not taking full advantage of the capability of a full set of RS29 can offer.

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I ran the RS29s for a total of 8 track days this season. They were great on track and I still have plenty of pad life left. They also cleaned up my rotors that had lumpy deposits from the first two track days that I did with the OEM pads. They are great pads for M2 track use.
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I ran the RS29s for a total of 8 track days this season. They were great on track and I still have plenty of pad life left. They also cleaned up my rotors that had lumpy deposits from the first two track days that I did with the OEM pads. They are great pads for M2 track use.
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