This will be the 3rd front pad replacement for my '99 Valkyrie. The replaced set still had some meat on them, but the rear had never been changed and they were ready, so why not do all three sets. I do feel stopping power has increased, but think I now need to change the break lines to braided stainless (at least for the front pair) to get the full power transfer to the calipers/pads/rotors.
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These brakes are easy to install and great quality
Consistent, fade-free braking lap after lap. Grabs hard enough ten laps in to throw me over the bars, and lasts the better part of a season. Couldn't ask for more!
2010 Kawasaki Vulcan voyager . Works way better than stock breaks. Considerably less dust . Overall upgrade and worth it when stopping a bike
Used EBC pads for 7years and have not found a better product. Pads lget good mileage and great stopping power.
Motosport is awesome, super fast shipping, pads work like their supposed to, easy install
This is the first time
i have tried these type of pads and so far have found them to have noticeably more stopping power.
EBC brake pads are the best!
Fast delivery, and good value for money.
I let them bed in slowly in order to allow the pads to fit.
Brakes my 05 CBR 600RR well.
I highly reccommend them!
I order front and rear pads and the pads I received were all rear pads. I called customer service and the pads were incorrect on the web site. The rep that I talked to found the correct pads for my 2010 St 1300 FA388 Front FA261 Rear. The new pads were at my door step in a few days. Thanks for the help. Brian P. in Phoenix
Clean, Quiet, Smooth, High Performance, No Fade Pads. I use EBC for my brakes and clutch.
Not fully bedded yet, but wonderful stopping power. The stock brakes on my '12 ZX6R are the best brakes I have ever had on a bike. I had to recalibrate my braking when it was bought. The stock pads wore to metal shy of 13K miles. Now with the EBC HH pads, I find I have to recalibrate my braking again. They have great feel so far as well. With 35 miles on these pads I thought I would give them a significant pull and found my rear wheel lifting skyward at 45 MPH. I have yet to use these in anger, but expect nothing but great breaking and feel.
It is a good supplier.
These brakes were a breeze to install on the front calipers. They have killer stopping power, definitely had to retrain my hand not to grab so aggressively on the front brakes.
Ive used these pads before and as usual they've never let me down. Offering superb and instant response all of the time for predictable and confident braking no matter the track.
this is my second set on my Hayabusa. These pads break in fast and stop..well the title says it all.
I installed fronts and rears on my Vulcan Nomad 1500. They are little noisy when stopping. The only thing I can compare it to is the sound of a bunch of bugs in the woods at night. I guess this is somewhat normal as I've read the same comment from other reviews. The stopping power seems increased from the stock pads that I replaced. I've put about 300 miles on them so far so they should be seated. The noise seems to have dissipated slightly, hopefully it will continue to dissipate further.
These are the best brake pads I've had on my SV1000 so far. I changed out the last set at 20,000 miles and they still had some meat left. I took a chance and tried out Driven brand brake pads, it just confirmed that the HH are better. They have good initial bite and don't seem to be too hard on my rotors. Quick and easy upgrade from OEM.
I love these brake pads and don't think i'll ever try another for the sake they might not be as good as these. Stop on a dime and the wear is better than standard brakes, they seam to last significantly longer than stock.
Installation was simple and the pads fit perfectly. Initial bite is very good and I noticed a linear feel overall. I can't comment on durability since I have less than 100 miles with these pads, but my '99 CBR600F4 has EBC HH pads with roughly 15,000 miles and those are holding up real well (with average commuting use, no track use).