StopTech® SPORT Brake Pads Front Set 1979-1985 RX7 S, GS and GSL 309.00760
StopTech® Sport Brake Pads Front Set 1979-1985 RX7 S, GS and GSL 309.00760
This Fits Mazda RX7 1979-1985 S, GS, GSL 12A.
These will ship direct from StopTech usually within 1 business day.
StopTech® Sport Brake Pads
Formerly known as Street Performance Pads
High MOT to Eliminate Fade
Excellent Actuation, Modulation and Release
Positive Molded for Uniform Friction Material
Scorched to Raise Initial Cold Effectiveness
Para-Aramid Composites for Linear Response
Dyno Proven Performance and Service Life
Lab-Developed Formulas with Strong Initial Bite
Ideal for Autocross and Light Track Day Use
STOPTECH SPORT BRAKE PAD PERFORMANCE IS ENHANCED BY CARRYING OUT A PAD/ROTOR BREAK-IN.
by Steve Ruiz of StopTech
STOPTECH RECOMMENDS THE FOLLOWING BREAK-IN PROCEDURE FOR APPLICATIONS SUCH AS HEAVY ROAD OR TRACK USE:
STOPTECH DOES NOT ENDORSE SPEEDING ON PUBLIC ROADS
1. Read through the procedure and find a suitable, safe and legal area to perform the necessary stops.
2. BEFORE starting the break-in procedure, drive with gentle braking. Do not use brakes aggressively until completing the break-in procedure.
3. Make a series of 15 stops from 50 to 5-10 MPH. At the end of each stop, immediately accelerate to 50 again for the next stop. Run all stops continuously in one cycle. (For Track use you can replace the recommended stops with 10 stops from 60 to 5-10).
4. During the 50 (60) to 5-10 MPH series of stops, the exact speed is not critical. Accelerate to approximately 50 (60) and begin the braking cycle. KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE ROAD AND APPROXIMATE YOUR SPEED AT THE END OF EACH CYCLE.
5. A moderate braking effort is needed to properly bed-in the rotors and pads. A stopping force of approximately 0.8G’s, or just short of ABS intervention is the level of pedal effort you are trying to attain.
NOTE: BEFORE COMPLETING THE BREAK-IN, DO NOT COME TO A COMPLETE STOP WHILE THE PADS AND ROTORS ARE VERY HOT! THIS WILL TRANSFFER PAD MATERIAL NON-UNIFORMLY ONTO THE ROTOR, CAUSING A VIBRATION DURING FUTURE USE.
If the break-in cannot be done or is deemed hazardous under the circumstances, then taking the opportunity to brake hard but not to the point of high temperatures being realized prior to break-in being completed, can eventually yield the same result. Estimated miles to accomplish this will vary with actual use but can be as much as or more than 600 miles.