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Brake wear indicator when moving to pads that don't have a BWI..

arad85 Sep 28, 2018

  1. arad85

    arad85 Well-Known Member Team V6 Audi S5 Black Edition

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    So my brakes are shot. I'm replacing with DS2500's which don't have the brake wear indicator. How do I install something that makes the system think I have a great set of pads installed?
     
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    arad85 Well-Known Member Team V6 Audi S5 Black Edition

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    Answered my own question. Buy a brake wear indicator sensor and strip and solder the two wires together. Search BP38 on ebay...
     
  4. voorhees

    voorhees Moderator Staff Member Moderator Team V8 Audi S5 S tronic

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    Well answered :D
    Keep a check on them pads as they are a bit dusty and end up with them being a ****** to clean off your alloys, in the end I had them powdercoated,the dust was stuck fast.
     
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    Adamantium Member

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    That's a good point about the pads. It's probably cheaper and easier to ceramic coat your wheels first.
     
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    arad85 Well-Known Member Team V6 Audi S5 Black Edition

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    What... worse than the standard pads?
     

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