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    most efficient way to brake

    So as to prolong the life of brake pads. If I see a red light coming up, or a stop sign, I coast to a stop with my brakes. My thinking being that by doing so I'm putting less pressure on the brake pads and having them last longer.

    But maybe the better way is to approach without coasting, brake harder to come to a stop. This way the brake pads would be being used for a shorter amount of time, maybe getting less wear on them.

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    I have a hybrid so I have to coast. My brakes last about 6 years before I change them out.

    I think brakes are cheap enough and important enough to where you don't need to worry about prolonging their life. Das it mane.
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    well abrasive wear is a function of pressure and sliding distance.

    you will have a higher temperature braking harder

    There would probably not be that much of a difference in brake wear from braking hard or softly, but you'll wear out the suspension faster braking hard.
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    This is a roll bread right? Because pads are some of the cheapest wear and tear items we buy, even on pricey cars

    If not rollbread then it depends on the pads OP, some need heat in them to bite, some hate it
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    Best way to prolong the life of a brake pad??? Dont use your brakes... otherwise it doesn't really matter what you do sooner or later you will have to replace those $30 brake pads
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    semi related, my experience with brembos and trying to be efficient so they last longer

    -clean them regularly if you don't want them to squeal
    -downshift as you approach red lights, let the car slow down naturally before applying breaks
    -break firmly. they are not made to be ridden. that doesn't mean pound the break pedal but there's a balance to it.
    -bite the bullet and spend the money when necessary

    or, get out of the game entirely and buy the cheaper pads when it's time to replace. you still get to keep the sexy red calipers.
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    I basically don't give a chit...brake pads are cheap and life's too short to worry about coasting

    I also replace brake pads and rotors once a year, because they get destroyed after few track days
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    Re: pads are cheap

    When I replace the brake pads, I replace all the components: rotors, calipers in addition to the pads. Not cheap under my budget. So yes, I'm looking for simple measures that would prolong the time in between changes.
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    Re: pads are cheap

    When I replace the brake pads, I replace all the components: rotors, calipers in addition to the pads. Not cheap under my budget. So yes, I'm looking for simple measures that would prolong the time in between changes.
    you replace the calipers every time? dude
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    Originally Posted by Mogambo View Post
    Re: pads are cheap

    When I replace the brake pads, I replace all the components: rotors, calipers in addition to the pads. Not cheap under my budget. So yes, I'm looking for simple measures that would prolong the time in between changes.
    Why in the absolute f*ck would you replace calipers every time you replace your pads?

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    Because calipers are subjected to extreme heat. Am I doing it wrong? I figure if they are all up in that area, might as well swap all the components.
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    Because calipers are subjected to extreme heat. Am I doing it wrong? I figure if they are all up in that area, might as well swap all the components.
    keep doing what you doing, oppie, but remember to also rebuild your engine whenever you do brakes...that gets subjected to way more extreme heat than calipers
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    You guys are acting like I do this every 5k miles. I go pretty long in between needing new brake pads. I drive very conservatively.
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    Originally Posted by Mogambo View Post
    Re: pads are cheap

    When I replace the brake pads, I replace all the components: rotors, calipers in addition to the pads. Not cheap under my budget. So yes, I'm looking for simple measures that would prolong the time in between changes.
    Might as well replace your entire fookin car, lmao.
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    more wear on pads to break quickly and worse on fuel economy

    if in standard better to slow down in gear than neutral
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    I usually jerk my cawk while I'm braking. It seems to help the car stop and also prolongs the life of the brakes.
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    You guys are acting like I do this every 5k miles. I go pretty long in between needing new brake pads. I drive very conservatively.
    Then why are you so worried about replacing some cheap a$$ brake pads? I bet you are a blast at partys
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    Re: pads are cheap

    When I replace the brake pads, I replace all the components: rotors, calipers in addition to the pads. Not cheap under my budget. So yes, I'm looking for simple measures that would prolong the time in between changes.
    lmfao dude no

    you absolutely do not need to replace the calipers unless you want to upgrade for more stopping power.

    do you replace tires every time too for optimal braking effectiveness?
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    I dunno man, I have a constant fleet of cars coming into my house, 365 of them at the ready because after one day of driving I'm worried about the wear and tear on the engine, brakes, suspension and tyres. I'd rather just start again.
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    MY Wife has a hybrid so I have engine braking - so far never replaced brakes in 5 years
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    Originally Posted by Mogambo View Post
    So as to prolong the life of brake pads. If I see a red light coming up, or a stop sign, I coast to a stop with my brakes. My thinking being that by doing so I'm putting less pressure on the brake pads and having them last longer.

    But maybe the better way is to approach without coasting, brake harder to come to a stop. This way the brake pads would be being used for a shorter amount of time, maybe getting less wear on them.

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    In on roll bread. I usually replace my brakes after every red light. Right on the fukin road. Stop signs are a different story because I never fully stop. I basically do a brake check right before the sign. Scares the fuk out of everyone at a 4 way stop then I can proceed to roll right through. Good luck OP and don't forget the halogen fluid.
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    best way to brake is to rear end the cars in front of you. I've never had to replace brake pads ever
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    Originally Posted by Jax05 View Post
    keep doing what you doing, oppie, but remember to also rebuild your engine whenever you do brakes...that gets subjected to way more extreme heat than calipers
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