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Swissstop Sintered Disc Disc Brake Pads

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Pros & Cons

  • These brake pads retain their braking power in long descents.
  • These brake pads are very wear-resistant.
  • These brake pads have a later action point.
  • These brake pads make more noise when braking.


Brand Swissstop
Bike TypeMountain bike / Road bike / City bike & E-bike
Hardness Soft (Resin/Organic)
Number of brake pads1 Pair
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The Swissstop Sintered Disc brake pads are extremely heat resistant and durable, making them well suited for downhill, enduro and rough mountainbike trails. The Sintered pads have a high density and low compressibility. The hardness extends the lifespan without compromising brake force.

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Number of brake pads 1 Pair 1 Pair 1 Pair / 5 Pairs / 1 Set 1 Pair
SwissStop Code Disc 25S - Formula RX/R1 / Disc 26S - Avid Elixer/Sram XX/XO / Disc 28S - Shimano XT/XTR/SLX / Disc 30S - Magura MT
Suitable for Shimano A / SRAM B / Magura A / Formula A SRAM D Shimano A SRAM A
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9 / 10

Erik, 8 December 2016

Stille slijtvaste remblokken

10 maanden gelden heb ik twee setjes van deze remblokken gewonnen bij een actie van Mantel. Het gaat om de 28S variant die ik gebruik in mijn XT-remmen op mijn fatbike. De remblokken op een fatbike hebben het zwaar door het hoge gewicht van de wielen. Normaal gebruik ik altijd de originele zachte remblokken van Shimano. Zachte (organische) remblokken piepen minder snel en je remschijven slijten minder. Ik was wat sceptisch over de blokken omdat ze sintered zijn maar dat bleek onterecht. Ze piepen i.i.g. niet, ook niet bij vorst of nat weer. Ik heb er inmiddels 1300 km mee gereden en ze zijn nog niet af, de originele remblokken had ik na 300 km (wel veel in de modder) opgereden. Ze zien er iets minder fancy uit dan de originele Shimano blokken vanwege het ontbreken van de koelribben. Die zijn voor de koeling van de blokken maar dat is in Nederland niet zo spannend vanwege het gebrek aan lange afdalingen. Al met al goede remblokken en ik koop deze als vervanging als de huidige set op is.


  • Piepen niet
  • Slijtvast
  • Goede remkracht


  • Geen koelvinnen

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Detailed product description

Work with:
• Formula: RO Racing, T1 Racing, R1 Racing, R1, C1, CR3 , T1, RO, Mega, The One, RX, RR1

• Avid: Elixir 9, Elixir 7, Elixir 5, Elixir 3, Elixir 1, Elixir CR, Elixir R
• SRAM: XX, XO, DB 5, DB 3, DB 1

• Shimano: XTR BR-M9000, XTR BR-M9020, XTR BR-M987, XTR BR-M988, XTR BR-M985, XT BR-M8000, XT BR-M785, SLX BR-M675, SLX BR-M666, ALFINE BR-S700, DEORE BR-M615, BR-RS785, BR-R785, BR-CX75, BR-R515, BR-R315
• FSA: K-Force DB-TX-9000, Afterburner DB-TX-9150,

• Magura: MT 2, MT 4, MT 6, MT 8

Manufacturer specifications

• Improved braking power in dry and wet conditions
• Very low pad wear rates
• High heat resistance
• Excellent for gravity riders

Additional information


Step 1. On a gradual downhill slope, drag each brake for 20-30 seconds, alternating between front and rear. Repeat 2-3 times.

Step 2. On a steeper slope, engage and drag the brakes for 10-15 seconds then increase lever pressure until the bike slows almost to a complete stop. Repeat 2-3 times.

Pro Tip: The front pads will have been heated more than the rear. To achieve optimal performance, exchange the front and rear pads then repeat Step 2.

CAUTION before replacing or exchanging brake pads it is essential to let all parts cool.