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      04-24-2009, 01:02 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by lucid View Post
I assume the stock pads deliver less friction and therefore less braking torque, and that means you will alter your brake bias if you run them just in the rear, which will result in more relative brake torque up front and your front rotors will heat up more than they would if you were running the HT-10s on all corners (I don't know if that will make the HT-10s up front fade or not as that depends on how hard you will be braking). The rear rotor temps run significantly lower than the fronts, so I don't think you will run into fade issues there even with the stock pads unless you are really beating up on the car.
I don't know if they are different in friction or just fade resistance.

In any case I'll be careful. Thank you for your comments.
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