Campy Chorus 11 speed group/break pads advice

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digitalnorbs
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by digitalnorbs

soon will need to put new pads on, can some one advice me on my options

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digitalnorbs
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by digitalnorbs

this is to be used with falcrum racing 1 clinchers that are aluminum

fdegrove
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by fdegrove

Hi,

There is no such thing as a Chorus 11S brake pad..... :?

Pls be more specific if you want advise.

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Bondurant
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by Bondurant

I'd imagine he means that he has Chorus 11 brake calipers and wants advice on replacement pads.

For me, on an alu rim, Swisstop Green.

digitalnorbs
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by digitalnorbs

some one is having a bad day, LOL

just kidding, I made the correction

Bondurant is right, thats exactly what I was looking for, thanks

digitalnorbs
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by digitalnorbs

ouch, those are a pricy, anything else my friends

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by digitalnorbs

I want to add, I ride alone, then during summer I do once a week group ride, no need for super high end stuff, unless there is no other way=)

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by 5 8 5

Campag rims are little on the "soft" side. Swissstop Greens are a bit harsh for them. There's a thread about them eating Campag rims. The Blacks are a better bet.

If not Swissstop why not try the new Campag pads?

digitalnorbs
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by digitalnorbs

how about kool stop

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by fdegrove

Hi,

If not Swissstop why not try the new Campag pads?


My thoughts exactly. They do the job well enough and at least you know they won't damage the rims.

Ciao, ;)
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Aztec road plus pads are pretty good.

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