I bought these for my Ducati Scrambler, stock pads were over $200 !!!! EBC is the brake pad I go to for all my bikes. Super performance and reasonable cost. You won't go wrong with these.
Very happy with this purchase thanks Motorsport
Excellent brake pads, very easy install, good feel and quiet
Little to no brake dust, performs great, no brake fade
Love these pads! As the title states, great versatility. I wanted something that I could use for commuting as well as an occasional track day and these pads did not fail to impress. On the street, they have a similar application to OEM as far as braking on demand but on the track, they’re progressive and predictable which is what I personally prefer. Once heated, they bite quite impressively.
I have them paired with Driven floating front rotors and one piece rear on a K5 GSXR 1K
Can’t speak on longevity as I’ve not had them long enough but rule of thumb applies as it always does; riding/braking style will dictate and the more bite, the less life, just as with s tire.
Highly recommend these for all around riding styles and novice level racing.
THE BEST!!!!! 100% difference!!
Had these pads for a month now on a 2002 Sv650s. Much better than the stock pads. Installed goodridge braided lines, eBay shorty levers and motul 5.1 fluid at the same time. Love all of these! Highly recommend spending the money!
There are cheaper brakes out there. But the quality and consistency of these brakes are worth the price. The Honda Rune, that I installed these HH’s on has a challenging linked brake system, so this is a job that you don’t want to have to do over and over again meaning that cheap brakes wear out quickly.
All in all they are the most widely used brakepads. I use my rear brake a LOT for most stopping so a lot rides on the tiny little pads. The OEM BMW rear pads seemed to be a bit softer and more grabby than these once these are broken in. They work, but I may opt for something else next time.
So far so good, 5K at this point.
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