FujNoob wrote:Get a set of Jagwire Mountain Sport pads. (red ones in the picture)
Lightly sand and clean the rotors, replace the pads, and go through the Avid bed in procedure. I have Avid XO's, Elixir 5's and a set of Juicy 3's that are all quiet with no gobble at all since I started using these pads.
Probably 1000+ miles on my Juicy 3s and they never squeezed either.psychobillycadillac wrote:Give it time, they'll start backtalking to you soon enough. 3 things you can count on, death, taxes and Avid brakes squawlin' like sum'***.
OffCamber wrote:This argument always make me laugh. I have 3 sets of Elixir R's on 3 different bikes since 2010 with G3 rotors and have never had any issues at all. The bleed procedure is a little tedious but I've only had to do it twice and I just watch the video while doing it. Sometimes I think the frame design is the issue. A friend of mine was having noise issue with his (Specialized 29er) and it sounded like the noise was reverberating through the frames rear triangle. We put on a larger (G3 instead of HS1) rotor and the problem was solved. Hope I'm not jinxing myself, posting this.
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