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    hi guys going to do my 314 brake upgrade soon and have a question, ive been told that the yellow stuff produces hardly any brake dust is this true?? also do they need to heat up to work properly??

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    I'd be interested to know too... I've also got 314 mm set up waiting to go on,, but would like to keep my snowies clean...

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    anyone??

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    Both Red and Yellow create little dust! when they are new they offer great bite and good fade resistance. After a short period they loose this feature and just work very well i.e no graunch from cold. Yellows ok for road IMO.

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