Which pads? Bora one 50 with EE brakes

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r33prman
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by r33prman

Calling on the groups expertise to save me doing all the testing myself. What have people found to be the best pads for this combo or just for the boras in general. Currently using campy pads but they don’t seem to last very long.

Wheels are clinchers and ac3 braking if that makes a difference.

Brakes are 2nd gen (yellow washers) EE’s.

Thanks

DT

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Campy pads are the best, period.
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r33prman
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by r33prman

Boom. Guess that answers that!

Thanks Ryan

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by Calnago

Second that boom. But just to be clear, you are using the red Campy pads for carbon, right?
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