Always use the pad recommended by your wheel builder. SwissStop can not overtake any warranty from your wheel builder.
BXP pads not only deliver great modulation but also superior wet and dry performance on alloy rims.
Yes, it works but alloy pads perform much better on alloy rims and the change from alloy to carbon rims can be dangerous for carbon rims. Any alloy bubble in the carbon pad can destroy a carbon rim in only a few braking intervals.
NO, heat resistance of a SwissStop alloy pad is only about half that of a SwissStop carbon pad. Alloy pads about 160°C, SwissStop carbon pads about 300°C.
It depends on your rim. If braking power is not your main target Original Black pads should be best for you.
Only use original Mavic Exalith 2 pads for all Mavic Exalith rims.
Use either Mavic or SwissStop Yellow King brake pads. No other brake pad is yet approved for Mavic Carbon rims.
Bontrager Aeolus D3 and Bontrager Aeolus D3 TLR product lines are all approved for use with Black Prince (either version, FlashPro or Flash EVO) pads in all conditions.
White writing on the pad indicates a pad for alloy wheels.
Yellow pad or yellow printing on the pad indicates a pad for carbon wheels.
Only use original Campagnolo Shamal Mille Blue pads for all Campagnolo Shamal Mille and Fulcrum Racing Zero Nite rims.
Only SwissStop BXP compound pads (FlashPro, FlashEVO or RacePro) are approved for DT Swiss Oxic wheels.
BXP has replaced GHP2 as SwissStop’s high performance compound for alloy wheels. BXP offers more brake power and better modulation than GHP2.
For further information, please read the BXP tech doc.
SwissStop has stopped producing Disc S models and recommends Disc E as a replacement. Disc E provides:
For further information, please see the Disc E tech doc.