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Rear Brake Pads Replacement

Hi I have owned CBR 250R 2018 ABS model.Today I have replaced stock(nissin) rear brake pads.Now the rear brakes are too smooth and it seems that the pads doesn't stops the bike at all. Is it normal ??? Kindly need your help guys.
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You may need to deglaze the rotors.

If you are going through rear pads more than front you need to rethink your braking. The rear is fine at low speeds, but becomes almost useless as speeds increase. I almost never use the rear, except in slow maneuvering and slick conditions.
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Did you check the brake fluid level in the master cylinder for the rear brake? I know that on my Honda w/ ABS it took a LOT of bleeding to get all of the air bubbles out when I merely was replacing brake fluid. Your problem may be air in the brake line.

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