I think that the problem is that they're not well known - at least, not in the GTR market. We really need Jake Hill or Jonny Cocker or Rob Huff to give them a proper test on a track to see how they hold up. If they hold up well, then they will be fine on the road and maybe people will start buying them. Personally, I never skimp on brakes (or tyres) so will stick with the tried and trusted pads but maybe I am being the mug by paying GTR tax on pads when an alternative will be more than sufficient.They would probably sell more if they retailed at 5 times the price ...
Have you tried bedding them in again?You know what, i might try the Borg and Becks,.. the front brembo hp2000's I have on are starting to squeak
At least people have tried the B&Bs so at least you have some feedback as I would not have wanted to have been the first person to try £30 pads on a 200mph car!
If B&B can do street pads for £30, I wonder if they can develop track pads for £100? :runaway: