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Currently using the yellow SwissStop pads that came with the brakes. These are compatible with either carbon or aluminum rims and performance is OK on alum but I was wondering if I would get better performance with other pads as I will be using alum rims only on this bike. I understand that any 2000 or newer campy compatible pads will fit.
 

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does anyone know if the yellow pads that come with the Zero's are lighter than most pads, or are they pretty standard. i have had mine for about a year now and am looking to replace. it sounds like the green are the way to go. i am using mine of a set of Ksyrium Premiums...
 

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nkrax said:
does anyone know if the yellow pads that come with the Zero's are lighter than most pads, or are they pretty standard. i have had mine for about a year now and am looking to replace. it sounds like the green are the way to go. i am using mine of a set of Ksyrium Premiums...
Same weight. If you don't ride in really wet condtions, Swiss Stop Blacks are great. Green is for really wet weather and ceramic rims.
 
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