Disc 28 E

Disc 28 E


Product Details


Disc 28

Disc E



Pad Types
  • G03A
  • G02A
  • G03S
  • J03A
  • J02A
  • J04C
Brake Calipers
  • XTR BR-M9000,BR-M9020,BR-M987,BR-M988,BR-M985
  • XT BR-M8100,BR-M8000,BR-M785
  • SLX BR-M7100,BR-M7000,BR-M675,BR-M666
  • DEORE BR-M6100,BR-M6000,BR-M615
  • ALFINE BR-S700,BR-S7000
  • BR-RS785
  • BR-R785
  • BR-CX75
  • BR-R515
  • BR-R315


Brake Calipers
  • K-Force DB-TX-9000
  • Afterburner DB-TX-9150


Brake Calipers
  • MCX1 Post Mount

  • long lasting, high endurance pad compound
  • very easy modulation of braking force
  • high temperature stability for consistent brake power
  • organic formula is low noise and rotor friendly

0 (worst) - 10 (best)
Initial Bite: 7
Modulation: 9
Longevity: 9
Heat Tolerance: 9
Noise Dry: 9
Noise Wet: 7

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Tech Docs

Find Your Pads

A life-size drawing of Disc 28 is available for download.

You can match the shape and dimensions of your pads to help determine if this model is the correct fit for your brakes.

2 MB PDF file.

A5 size paper printable on A4 and US letter.
Print at 100% size. Do not scale the print out.



SwissStop recommends having Disc Brake Pads changed by a professional mechanic at your local authorized SwissStop retailer.

When changing disc pads please clean rotor of any particles and check function of the whole brake system.

Attention: pads must be bedded in to achieve optimal performance

Step 1. On a gradual downhill slope, drag each brake for 20-30 seconds, alternating between front and rear. Repeat 2-3 times.

Step 2. On a steeper slope, engage and drag the brakes for 10-15 seconds then increase lever pressure until the bike slows almost to a complete stop. Repeat 2-3 times.

Pro Tip: The front pads will have been heated more than the rear. To achieve optimal performance, exchange the front and rear pads then repeat Step 2.

CAUTION before replacing or exchanging brake pads it is essential to let all parts cool.