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Old 01-15-2020, 09:36 PM   #71
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I'm in an area where temperature dips to mid ~30-40F at night and wondering if C1 will work at the temperature? Thank you!
Will you get the expected bite? Yes.

Will you also have increased wear at those temps? Also yes. 0C is not an optimal temp for the pad, but it will still function as you expect.
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+1. Around that temp here now (up to -5C few days ago), and C1 on stockers all around. No braking-wise problems, even for very first cold braking. No comments on daily driving wear though, hard to evaluate something without much longer mileage, and imho multiplied very little DD wear still won't amount to much. They do squeal a little bit every few very slowest/slightest braking here and there, but to tolerable extent. Imho if anything may keep one from using C1 pads for DD all year round, that might be excessive dusting, not noise or actual braking performance/feel. Finding these checking most the boxes for pads that work both on street & track, even if targeted/designed for later.
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I believe the CP pad is currently A90 exclusive.
They are currently listed for the Lexus ISF and the 2018+ WRX STI as well. At some point in the future will they be available for other models as well as aftermarket calipers?
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They are currently listed for the Lexus ISF and the 2018+ WRX STI as well. At some point in the future will they be available for other models as well as aftermarket calipers?
We are looking into the feasibility of this market. Believe it or not, 2018+ WRX STI and ISF clients don't heavily track, but they do require a good brake pad while having some really stringent considerations with low dust and noise requirements. Another concept to consider is they are running much larger brake systems that allow the pads to work correctly.

We still recommend the C2 for those looking for higher friction sprint to semi-endurance racing use and the CE2 for long endurance application. As always, they are easy to use and are extremely consistent through a large temperature range.
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Will you get the expected bite? Yes.

Will you also have increased wear at those temps? Also yes. 0C is not an optimal temp for the pad, but it will still function as you expect.
Awesome thank you!
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