The Campagnolo Record/Chorus/Centaur Replacement Brake Block Inserts are compatible with the Super Record, Record, Chorus, Athena, Centaur and Veloce brake shoes. - L.M.
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Campagnolo brake blocks for campag brakes......do what they are supposed to do. Not tried any other make so no comparison.
I don't have experience of other brands of brake blocks as I prefer to replace like for like. So I can't offer any guidance on the alternatives. What I can say is Campag brake blocks are reliable. Stuck a new set on front & rear before taking part in 3 Pistes Sportive - plenty of steep descents. Blocks worked well at speeds close to 50mph. Felt good and strong.. and no annoying squeaking or vibrations. Do other brands last longer? No idea... got a winter out of my last set. Lots of mileage with plenty of descents but grit and dirt do take their toll. My tip for removing the old block is to get a small screwdriver and lift the block from the open end. Slide the screwdriver underneath and leverage upwards. Easier than trying to slide a wedged block out.
What can you say they were a good price got here quick and stop my bike
If you have these pads freshly sanded and use them in dry conditions they stop very well. Not as well as swiss green but well. In the wet they don't hold up well at all, and with time the black compound of the pad practically stains the rim and you notice the powder on the brakes.
They require frequent cleaning and sanding, otherwise I get significant vibration and chatter from the front wheel under hard braking
I've replaced a few brake pads with the Campagnolo branded pads. The Campagnolo shoes are infamously tight and the Campagnolo pads don't make it any easier. They stop fairly well - not quite as good as some, but nearly as good.
There isn't much to say other than installation is tricky, but they work just fine.