Originally Posted by dapopa9
My advice is to keep the sensors plugged in on the wheel well side but NOT plugged in on the brake pad side. Take a zip tie and tie up the loose end to the control arm or something out of the way. Reason for this is on the track I imagine you go through pads quickly and those sensors cost about $20 a piece. If you are monitoring the pads yourself then no need to keep burning through sensors.
**disclaimer - assuming you are monitoring you brake pad thickness with your regularly with your eyes** BECAUSE RACECAR you should.
Well the brake bias on this car makes it so you barely use any rear pads.
My StopTech Street pads I had on my stock calipers were at 80% after 7 track days, while the fronts were pretty much gone.
Or are you referring to the front? the front sensors aren't plugged in, they're zip tied. Not sure where though... lol
Yes I do monitor the pad. I check them visually before every track day