The last time I changed the boot was November 2018. Previously, I also found the rear pads last 2-3 times longer then the front one. That's why I didn't pay too much attention to them, and never thought the pad would be gone like that.@Alipapa , after how much use? Your use of the word “again” makes it seem like you’ve addressed this fairly recently already. If so, then it seems as though there might be something else going on here. I’m not sure that looking for a higher temperature option isn’t just treating a symptom instead of the underlying issue.
Is there any chance that the hand brake is not properly (fully) releasing?
Or, might the sliders not be free (pads not releasing after normal brake application)?
In either of these circumstances, I could see this happening. But I do not understand how, under normal circumstances, the rears would wear and heat up this badly.
I would do anything to get that kind of wear in my rear pads - it would be an indication that they are actually contributing to stopping. But most of us have found that the rear pads exhibit very little wear - even on a track. Basically, one set of rears for every three or four fronts (assuming the stock setup and same compounds front and back).
What front-pad wear are you experiencing?
Will get them fully rebuild as soon as I am back from business trip. Heading to some place far right after trackday is so freaking tiring lol
Here is a picture of the left rear rotor