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The SwissStop FlashPro Yellow King Brake Blocks provide unbeatable braking in both wet and dry conditions, as well as boasting low wear rates. Designed with a complete absence of abrasive materials to not damage your rims, the blocks offer silent operation. Providing consistent braking from -20C to +40C, they are compatible with all rim materials. - L.M.
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I've known the Yellow King for a good many years. I put them on my 2014 Carcosa and couldn't be happier. No fade out as they warm up steady.
I got the 2009 Reynolds Assault and with these pads. They're great on the flat ok on the hills. They do squeel on the hills or hard braking. The Swissstop Yellow pads, which suppose to be the bees knees, with underwhelming results around the hills. I rode once around the hills once and as the descent got steeper (25%) the brake started to squeal and lose braking power. I had to stop to let the brake pads and brake track cool down before the twisty section as I'm not confident that I can brake enough to negotiate the corner. It performed ok after the they cooled down. Honestly, I won't be taking these wheels and pads for mountain races. May use Reynolds own new blue pads to see whether I've better results