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jimmy46
13.03.2013, 01:06 PM
BRAKE PADS. Hi guys me again can anybody help I've got Brembo calipers with 4 small pads in each. I've noticed there's bendix, sps, ebc and goldfern brands. Which is best thanks Jimmy. :confused:

iconic944ss
13.03.2013, 04:04 PM
The Bendix pads actually get good reviews, having said that I'm still waiting for the Brembo pads on my P34's to wear out!

Apparently the MF Bendix pads are the ones to go for.

Derek
13.03.2013, 06:14 PM
You'll wait a long time for these Brembo pads to wear out Frank. :D SBS (Scandinavian Braking Systems) is my preference.

iconic944ss
13.03.2013, 07:21 PM
Yep, I have 4-pad calipers on all my bikes and am still impressed with them.

I have a set of carbon Lorraine pads on standby, waiting to be fitted, Brembo are good but damn expensive.

The Loraine pads btw, high wear track pads... hmmmmm.

jimmy46
14.03.2013, 08:50 PM
Thanks guys be glad when weather gets better. Dying 2 get oot thanks again jimmy. :D

iconic944ss
19.03.2013, 07:11 AM
An Ebay option, not sure of full price, seller has 3 full front end sets for sale all starting at 39.99

Could be a bargain but they'll be spotted ;)

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-Brembo-Front-brake-pads-APRILIA-DUCATI-BIMOTA-BENELLI-KTM-ebc-fa322-/290880676895

jimmy46
20.03.2013, 01:09 PM
Cheers guys thanks :)

Anteater
20.03.2013, 06:20 PM
Off the brands you mentioned I'd use, and have used Brembo, Bendix and SBS. ( Rumour is Bendix and SBS are the made together). I can vouch for Bendix MCR and MRR on track. Brembo pads depend on the spec - some hit 100's for a set if you pick the expensive ones in the catalogue....

In the interests of keeping it clean I'll keep my opinions of EBC to myself.