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    Bedding-In Brake Pads and Why Its Important

    Most brake pad bedding processes require about 20 minutes and involve applying the brakes with a gradual increase in pad temperature.
    This accomplishes two objectives.

    1. The first is to heat the pads to essentially cook the final bonding resins out of the brake pad material. These resins are what hold the different chemicals together until they can cure under high heat.
    2. The second objective is to sufficiently heat the pads to ensure that the pad materials are properly transferred to the disc rotor.

    This heating cycle will generally heat the pads hot enough that you will smell the resin as it cooks out of the pad. You may even see a small amount of smoke coming from the pads. This is normal. When the commenter said he removed that abrasive finish from the pads, he wasnt helping himself. This only means that he would have to perform an aggressive bedding-in process to ensure that transfer of the brake pad material.

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