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    Default braking in new brake pads

    new bike new brake pads how to brake in brake pads?
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    If it's a new Spyder, read the operator's guide about breaking in OEM pads.

    What kind of pads? Bajaron has a specific set of instructions for breaking in EBC fully sintered pads. If not EBC pads, what does the manufacturer say.?
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    I have the instructions from Baja Ron that came with my new pads. If you want, I could type them in. They are essentially the same as what is listed on EBC's web site:
    https://ebcbrakes.com/articles/motorcycle-bed-in/
    But like the previous poster stated, if you are using a different brand, try looking up the manufactures instructions.

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    ok guys thank you
    richie spyder

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    Sounds like they got you covered.

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