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CampagnoloRecord Brake Pad - 4-Pack

Sale 42% OffCurrent price:$26.10 Original price:$45.00

Item # CPG0165

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Item # CPG0165

These are the same pads you get factory-installed in a new set of Campagnolo Record brake calipers. Please note that this is the rubber only. You'll need to remove the remnants of your existing pads and install these pads in your original pad holders. You'll get a total of four pads here -- that's enough for one complete bike. These pads are compatible with Record and Chorus calipers from the year 2000 to now.

The actual weight of four Campagnolo Record Replacement Brake Pads is 22g.

  • Each package includes 4 brake pads

Tech Specs
Attachment Typeslide-in cartridge
Compatibility2000+ Campagnolo Record brake calipers, 2000+ Campagnolo Chorus brake calipers
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

Black, One Size

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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>Rating: 5

Sure stoppers

I've put it through the wringer

I typically get about 10,000 miles off a pair of record brake pads. I replaced both sets early last month, or about 1,000 miles ago. Very effective in the rain and drizzle. I am big, 6' 2" and about 190 lbs. No issue with control on some 7-12% drops. I suppose that I am a bit biased, but I have used campag brake pads on every brake I have had since 1975. Long lasting and work well (all styles and nomenclatures) for decades.


Are these for an aluminum rim surface? I noticed there are specific Campy carbon pads also offered but wanted to make sure. Thanks!!!

Alloy wheels

>Rating: 3

kinda soft

I've put it through the wringer

these do appear to be identical to the pads that came with the brakes. why then have they only lasted about half as long? i got maybe a year and 10,000km on the original pads. after almost 3,000km, the replacement pads are worn almost totally away. also, this may be pilot error (repairman error?), but no matter how i adjust the brakes, i don't seem to be able to eliminate the squealing. it didn't happen with the original pads, hence my confusion. i really liked the original brake pads and the brakes. not so much these replacement pads. caveats: the brakes are on a fixed gear and i like to ride hills so the brakes get way more use than if they were on a bike with a freewheel.

Toe the front pad edge 1-2 mm. This will cut down on the vibration (squealing) on all caliper brakes.