Miles Racing - Disc Pads Organic - Shimano new XTR 2011, FSA, REVER - MI-ORG-26

SKU: MILE-DBP-ORG-26

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MILES RACING - DISC BRAKE PADS - ORGANIC

DESCRIPTION

Organic brake pads provide excellent all-round performance at a very good price point. During manufacturing different organic carbons are pressed together with resin. Depending on the desired application specific characteristics can be optimized by the composition of the carbons. In comparison with disc brake pads with higher metal content, organic pads brake on much lower noise and increase the service life of the rotor. In addition, the braking force can be dosed very well. Miles Racing organic disc brake pads work in dry and wet weather conditions and wherever the discs are not getting excessively hot

  • Very good value
  • Low noise
  • Good all-round performance
  • Gentle on the Rotor
  • For all weather conditions

COMPATIBLE BRAKES

This brake pad is compatible with the systems below. For a complete compatibility chart for all our brake pads, please refer to this page.

SHIMANO
BR-CX75 mechanical
BR-CX77 (Road)
BR-R315 (Road)
BR-R515 (Road)
BR-R785 (Road)
BR-RS785 (Road)
Alfine BR-S700
Alfine BR-S7000
Deore BR-M615
Deore BR-M6000
Deore BR-M6100
SLX BR-M785 (model series from 2012)
SLX BR-M8000
SLX BR-M8100
XT BR-M785 (model series from 2012)
XT BR-M8000
XT BR-8100
XTR BR-M985 (model series from 2011)
XTR BR-M988
XTR BR-M987
XTR BR-M9020
XTR BR-9000

FSA
Afterburner DB-TX-9150
K-Force DB-TX-9000

REVER
MCX1 post mount


SERVICE TIPS

To get the most braking power out of your new organic pads, it is important to follow these steps to break them in properly.

  • Smoothen hotspots: Brake for 5 seconds while riding at a speed of about 9-12 mph with minimal pressure on brake lever, letting the brakes slip slightly. Repeat this process 3 more times. Let the pads cool in between.
  • Smoothen the surface: Brake from about 15 mph to 3 mph with medium power and release before coming to a complete stop. Repeat this process 20 times. 
  • Outgas the brake pads: To achieve maximum braking performance, the binding agents in  the covering material has to harden or evaporate, which usually happens at around 390° F. Look for a longer downhill slope and roll downhill with brakes on. Stop when you notice that braking force is decreasing. Bring the bike to standstill and let the pads cool down. Make sure that the pads are not overheated.
  • Done - Ready for action!