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 Post subject: Bendix – NEW ADTS Brake Pads and Shim Technology
Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 4:07 pm 
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The end of 2012 saw more than just a celebration welcoming the new. At Bendix a new product was released on the market, Bendix “Advanced Blue Titanium Stripe” Brake Pads and Shim Technology are the latest advanced development from Bendix engineers.

The new Bendix Blue Titanium Stripe Brake Pad (BTSBP) has been developed to further improve stopping power and providing a new level of power right of the box. The new BTSBP is designed to mate with the rotor when the brakes are first applied, to provide a full performance for the get go!

The BTSBP eliminate the need to bed in the brakes, saving you time and money. Utilising metamorphic minerals created by nature under extreme presses and temperatures the all new BTSBP thicker pads wont only last long, but go further.

The new Bendix Shim Technology have been designed to effectively prevent the transmission of vibration and noise from the brake pad by reducing the effect of dynamic forces generated when putting down that brake pedal. Also been designed specifically for each brake pad type, they will continue to absorb vibration and reduce noise for the life of the pad.

Advanced Bendix Blue Titanium Stripe Brake Pad and noise dampening performance of the advanced Bendix shim means the drivers can put their foot down with confidence.

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I read all that was available on the new technology but, when are these pads going to be selling?

Will have to talk to a Burson's or Repco I guess to find out but they sure sound interesting.
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How do these compare to the Bandix SRT's?

Not that mine need replacing yet, still plenty of meat on them, but something a "little less dusty" for road use would be nice

 

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I work at a Burson's so if I hear any new info about these (thats not told here first that is :P ) i'll fill you guys in.

 

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I just like the sound of them. It has been a while since someone came up with a better pad technology for Falcons. I am going to put the BEEEG brakes on the NEW machine soon and would like to see how much a set of these type pads would cost, sans the metal case. :mrgreen:
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I work at a Burson's so if I hear any new info about these (thats not told here first that is :P ) i'll fill you guys in.

Thanks matey. :)
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I wonder if these are similar/slightly better than SRT's, that they might even replace SRT's with these?

SRT's are fairly dear as is (we sell maybe one set a year all the way out here, but the people here are mostly cheap, even most of the dirt circuit cars use Motorgear or Bosch, maybe GCT if im lucky :P ) , but if they can reduce the brake dust/squeal and underperformance when cold of the SRT's and keep the price about the same then they might be onto something good.

 

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Papa Smurf wrote:
I read all that was available on the new technology but, when are these pads going to be selling?

Will have to talk to a Burson's or Repco I guess to find out but they sure sound interesting.


The pads are available now, contact your local Repco on 133227 and check them out!

 

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How do these compare to the Bandix SRT's?

Not that mine need replacing yet, still plenty of meat on them, but something a "little less dusty" for road use would be nice


The SRT is the top of the line performance pad, they differer to the new ADTS. If spirited driving is your forte, we recommend staying with SRT. The new ADTS even though performance oriented is for a less aggressiver user.

 

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I wonder if these are similar/slightly better than SRT's, that they might even replace SRT's with these?

SRT's are fairly dear as is (we sell maybe one set a year all the way out here, but the people here are mostly cheap, even most of the dirt circuit cars use Motorgear or Bosch, maybe GCT if im lucky :P ) , but if they can reduce the brake dust/squeal and underperformance when cold of the SRT's and keep the price about the same then they might be onto something good.


Thanks for your enquiry, they are similar but the SRT is still #1 for performance oriented driving. If you are a user who does drive spirited at times, but most of the time quite tame the new ADTS will be a suitable change, and worth a try! Goodluck

 

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Papa Smurf wrote:
I read all that was available on the new technology but, when are these pads going to be selling?

Will have to talk to a Burson's or Repco I guess to find out but they sure sound interesting.


The pads are available now, contact your local Repco on 133227 and check them out!


are these repco only?

i work at Burson's and havent heard a peep about these yet lol.

 

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Posted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 8:23 pm 
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Unsure. Has your stock control manager been made aware of the new product? If you work there, I'd recommend speaking to him/her and go from there! Good Luck

 

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Are the ADTS available in the DB1353 pad range?

 

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According to Bendix's site, there is no listing for the Titanium stripe pads for yours Dave.
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Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 6:46 pm 
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That figures, I had a bit of a look last night as well George,

I think when my current set is done and dusted, (pardon the pun) I'll get a set of Hawk from the States. SO many C4 caliper options there.

 

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