5. There should be a thin, ashy layer when inspecting the
pads installed in the caliper. If the ash layer is more
than ½ the thickness of the brake pad material, this is
an indication of too aggressive of a burnish.
6. Sometimes, a second burnish session is required. If the
brake pads start smelling in the next track session,
reduce speed and braking deceleration to burnish
targets and follow steps 2 through 4.
7. New brake pads installed on old rotors still need to be
burnished. New rotors installed with old pads should
be burnished at the track, or street driven for 300 city
miles, to develop an adequate lining transfer layer on
the rotor surface prior to track use.
8. Rotors that pulsate during track use should be re-
placed. Resurfacing of the rotors is not recommended,
as it removes mass from the rotor, reducing its thermal
capacity. Resurfacing also thins the rotor cheek, mak-
ing it less robust and increasing the likelihood of
pulsation in further track use.
SRT Performance Pages
Performance Pages is an application that provides a
display for performance indicators, as received from the
Instrument Cluster, that will help you gain familiarity
with the capabilities of your SRT vehicle in real-time.
To access the SRT Performance Pages, press the “SRT &
Apps” button on the touchscreen, then press the “SRT
Performance” button on the touchscreen, or press “SRT
Pages” in the top left of the touchscreen while in Drive
Modes. Press the desired button on the touchscreen to
access that specific Performance Page.
UNDERSTANDING YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL