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These pads are great for the rear because they do not get hot. Don't use on the front because the stopping power isn't good. For the rear they are great though!
Great product and wheeler stops on a dime!
Awesome pads for extreme heat. Fixing rear brake loss on KTM. Only downside to me is they don't last long enough, but they are worth it not to loss the rear brake in a race.
As the title suggests, these are brake pads. They fit, and they do their job.
Can't really comment on durability yet, but they seem to work quite well in slowing me down.
Also, mine were red, not black like the photo.
The absolute best break pads that are available on the market. I wouldnt use any other pads besides EBC
bike stops on a dime... so far so good, only have a couple of rides on them, but they are great so far...
My only problem with the product isI that they came in red not black. Good brakes otherwise.
They work great on EX. I would recommend definitely!
EBC Pads are the best.
I'm a brake dragger and these are the only pads that can handle the abuse. Highly recommended.
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