FAQ - The running-in procedure for brake pads

New brake pads and discs only attain their final braking force during the running-in phase.

To achieve this, accelerate to 30 km/h on a level road. Brake to a standstill using only one brake. Repeat this process at least 30 times per brake. The brake pads and discs are now run in and provide optimum braking power.

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