Getting close to time to change brake pads on The Beast.
What's the best pad material?
Should I go with sintered or semi-sintered?
I have 5500 miles on my bike, does it digest pads the fast?
Any particular brand that's better than the rest?
Galfer, EBC, etc.
My front brakes did not give any bite they were applied, but all was nice an smooth.
Bought some new pad and new tires (Avon Cobra Crhome) and got the shop to change both.
The guy at the shop told me that the rotors had been quite blue on spots but he had tried to clean them up.
I have the following items to sell, all new and genuine in original packaging.
Will post internationally if required.
Black teardrop mirror set solid stem, part number A9638085 - £75 plus p&p
Also have a couple of tank pads for the centre of the tank part number A9718006 £20 each plus p&p
Time to sell some stuff I'm clearly not using. Paypal is probably easiest but we can discuss other options if needed.
Corbin Beetle Bags - $800 shipped in U.S. or $750 pickup or $750 + international shipping.
Used (but never by me). I bought these but never mounted them as I had some Viking...
I see a company called Sixity is selling break pads on E-Bay for cheap. A full set of front and rear for $13 US. Has anyone tried them? They left look like a decent set of organic pads, but the price seems too good to be true.
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