Avid Elixir Brake Pad

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $19.98


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Product Description

The Avid Elixir brakes have increased stopping power over the Juicy 7 partly due the new caliper with a larger piston and pad combination. Additionally, the Elixir brakes have a top loading pad system that makes removal and installation a snap. The new features required a redesigned pad specific to the Elixir brake. The Avid Elixir disc brake pads have a steel backing and come in two options: Organic or Metallic. Organic pads are softer and will provide more quiet braking and increased modulation. Metallic pads will offer longer life and improved heat dissipation. We always recommend Metallic for riders who often ride in wet conditions. The Avid Elixir disc brake pads are sold as one pair of left and right to fit one caliper and include the retraction spring. Please note: These are Avid's factory XX brake pads, but you must use the organic compound as the metallic pads generate too much heat for the magnesium calipers.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Raffa

Date Reviewed: July 21, 2012

Strengths:    Metallic: excellent braking power! much more power than organic pads.

Weaknesses:    none so far

Bottom Line:   
this opinion is about the metallic pads. I have replaced the organic pads-aluminum back with these metallic pads-steal back. they are just excellent! I never felt so secure descending very rough trails. you have to apply little power on the lever to get a good stopping feeling. I can control my bike much better now with the metallic pads. Very quiet too!

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Bike Setup:   stumpjumper expert ht, elixir cr

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Avid Elixir 9 Lever hard stops, rear wheel won't lock up. Opposite of squishy.

For about 2,300 miles of mountain riding, my Elixir 9s have been performing well (louder than a howler monkey at the start, so switched rotors, went with organic pads and rotated banjo bolt so hose rests against seat stay. Another story. Quieter now). I put in new pads about 350 miles ago, and al ... Read More »

Avid Elixir 3 Brake Pads Rubbing Rotor

Hi everyone, My rear Avid Elixir 3s have always given me rubbing issues. I brought it to LBS and they seemed to have fixed it, but after a few hrs of riding, it came back again. The rear brake pads are rubbing against the brake rotors because there's not enough clearance. I loosened the caliper an ... Read More »

Anyone change from Elixir Trail 9 to XT or XTR brakes? Worth it? What difference?

Currently have Elixir Trail 9s and I'm considering going to XTR Trails. Wondering if its worth it and what the differences are. These brakes aren't "bad" per se, but I've heard that XTRs are much better and make a noticeable performance difference. What are your thoughts and experiences?Read More »

Avid Elixir: Possible to clean/refill and bleed brakes w/o the official Avid kit?

I just changed the pads on my Avid Elixir 1 front brake. (I bought Avid organic pads.) I did this once before (a year or two ago) and it wasn't a problem. This time, it's not going so well. First, I had trouble pushing the pistons in far enough to get the new pads in (with enough space to slide t ... Read More »

New Kool Stop finned pads for Elixir...thoughts?

Anyone seen/used these on their Elixirs? Any comments? [url=http://www.amazon.com/Kool-Stop-KS-D296K-Avid-Elixir/dp/B00LEEVM9O]Amazon.com : Kool Stop KS-D296K Avid Elixir SRAM MTB XX Aero Disc Pad : Sports & Outdoors[/url]Read More »

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