So I just got my new rotors after my others warped. I have the original pads with some wear left and will be replacing them within a week though my immediate concern is replacing the rotors so I can eliminate the warp pulsing in the brakes.
Question is: can I bed the old pads onto the new rotors (after scuffing them on the pavement) and then bed the new pads in a week or two later without much trouble?
Also: if anyone can point me towards a bedding procedure I'd greaaaatly appreciate it.
do it right and do the pads with the rotors at the same time. Like you said, you'll be replacing the pads in a week. Wait that week and do it right.
Scuff on the pavement?! Really?!!! Are you trying to bed in junk off the pavement onto your pads?! This is not the right or a good way by measure to do things.
As for bedding procedure follow the manufacturer's recommendation. If the box did not come with instructions, contact the manufacturer. Methods can and do vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.
Great thanks for the tip and the PM I will contact them tomorrow. having rear brake problems (total failure). Not sure if there's air in the line or of the pads are too worn (when on the stand the rear brake works but when im out riding i can hit the rear all the way down with ZERO bite).