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    Originally posted by KawBoy@May 24 2004, 01:07 PM
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    Thank you for your purchase of DP brake pads.

    I believe we have been over this the last week, the pads need bedding in before maximum brake feel and bite will be delivered. If you have noted this, you will realise that un bedded in DP pads already give you 20% improvement.

    The important issue is the pads performance over a period of time in different conditions, i.e., wet & dry, cold mornings & hot days. They will give you predictability in braking so you will know what the brakes will deliver in any condition. Progressive braking is also another benefit. Giving the brake a hard press is not good practice and is not a feature of a good, well maintained brake system, this will surely result in a hard fall.

    If for some reason you are still unhappy with the brake pads, please contact us.
    How much the DP brake pad cost??
    And how many type of compound are there?? sintered,ceramic???

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    Originally posted by eSPen@Feb 22 2004, 12:47 PM
    last time i changed was 35bucks/pair..Front & Rear = 70bucks.
    where u change? someone quoted me at $50...
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    VTECR1,

    Thank you for the interest in DP brakes.

    We have 4 compounds for DP, please go to http://www.bikesmart.com.sg/DP_main.htm for more info.

    Please contact us if you have any further questions.
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    Originally posted by kho686@May 28 2004, 02:01 AM
    EBC the best
    Which model of EBC should I get for Phontom TA150 & how much is a pair.
    Thanks

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    Originally posted by jjbubble@May 28 2004, 11:35 AM
    Which model of EBC should I get for Phontom TA150 & how much is a pair.
    Thanks
    I am not sure for phantom,
    price will range around $45 for normal EBC and $75 for EBC HH
    I tried the normal ebc is good enough.
    ah bee got carry some model, best is visit unity

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    Originally posted by kho686@May 28 2004, 10:07 PM
    I am not sure for phantom,
    price will range around $45 for normal EBC and $75 for EBC HH
    I tried the normal ebc is good enough.
    ah bee got carry some model, best is visit unity
    Thanks for the price range man,
    I will try other shop for EBC brake pad.
    Thanks man.

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    I saw those EBC brake pads at HKL..... can i changed at HKL... those EBC brake pads are geniune?

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    Originally posted by Kino@May 29 2004, 07:20 PM
    I saw those EBC brake pads at HKL..... can i changed at HKL... those EBC brake pads are geniune?
    i dun tink EBC pads haf chiong ones right? should be genunine one ba

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    Originally posted by Kino@May 29 2004, 07:20 PM
    I saw those EBC brake pads at HKL..... can i changed at HKL... those EBC brake pads are geniune?
    I agree with Soulmace, I also dint come across fake brake pad, unless its those $100-200 over one then maybe, hehehe.

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    Originally posted by Kino@May 29 2004, 07:20 PM
    I saw those EBC brake pads at HKL..... can i changed at HKL... those EBC brake pads are geniune?
    come on lai, brake pad must be real one.

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    Guys..

    Any recomended workshops to install HEL front brake hose (s/s banjo bolts inclusive) for a TA200?

    Price range?

    Thanks in advance!
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    Originally posted by william_liu@May 31 2004, 11:47 AM
    Guys..

    Any recomended workshops to install HEL front brake hose (s/s banjo bolts inclusive) for a TA200?

    Price range?

    Thanks in advance!
    HKL lo
    dat time i ask 4 R6 is 160

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    Thanks! But ....... erm....... heard around the workmanship there is not exactly the best.... comparable to the classic LAB one.....



    this kind of brake stuff I rather be more kiasu .......



    Anyone anywhere else?
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    Originally posted by william_liu@May 31 2004, 11:47 AM
    Guys..

    Any recomended workshops to install HEL front brake hose (s/s banjo bolts inclusive) for a TA200?

    Price range?

    Thanks in advance!
    go to extremce at ubi. look for ah lian , say metzeler introduce, will give u a good prices.
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    Originally posted by william_liu@May 31 2004, 03:47 PM
    Thanks! But ....... erm....... heard around the workmanship there is not exactly the best.... comparable to the classic LAB one.....



    this kind of brake stuff I rather be more kiasu .......



    Anyone anywhere else?
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    Thanks guys, real helpful stuff!

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    Originally posted by william_liu@Jun 1 2004, 12:03 AM
    Thanks guys, real helpful stuff!

    u wanna change brake lines for ta200?
    front or rear or both?
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    Should be front only.... rear's okie for me.
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    single line shouldnt b so ex.....

    base on 150 mah motor for 2 front 1 back (without installation)

    (2x3) + 1x1=7

    3/7*150= think around 65-70 for front line...add 10-20max for installation should b reasonable high enuff...think for 20 for front, can have choice over where u wanna do it.......total 75-90

    bike lab seems professional enuff n take pride in their jobs....although mainly on suspension.....think the review attitude should instill confidence on how they might do it......else combine.......else planet

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    thanks dude! you wanna get too? go together? kekeke!
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    Bikelab charges how much???
    Your mention that the price is around 160 -200, does this include the changing of the brake oil as well??

     

     
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    juz changed to SBS brake pad
    very good

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    after reading u guys comments on brake pad... hmmmm.......
    i changed mine @$60(OEM of honda) the shop told me.....
    so do honda really have brake pads?
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    i think u got the same honda brake pad as me.... i can tell u this.. mine dun seem to work while raining..... i tot the pple here reccomend EBC brake pads mah..... how cum u change to honda

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    Originally posted by william_liu@Jun 1 2004, 01:20 AM
    thanks dude! you wanna get too? go together? kekeke!
    ooo....the hel line gonna move back in priority.. spending too much.overbudget....think coincide with my next brake pads change...maybe 3-5mths

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    Originally posted by Counter-Terrorist@Jun 7 2004, 12:23 AM
    ooo....the hel line gonna move back in priority.. spending too much.overbudget....think coincide with my next brake pads change...maybe 3-5mths
    Hehehe! Get new bike is like that one.....

    well I'm in no rush, just rem to let me know when yr finances have improved.....!
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    Originally posted by Kino@Jun 6 2004, 06:35 PM
    i think u got the same honda brake pad as me.... i can tell u this.. mine dun seem to work while raining..... i tot the pple here reccomend EBC brake pads mah..... how cum u change to honda
    i changed my quite long liao(abt 2mth ago)... the shop recommand me.
    U mean those heavy rain or normal.... mine so far so gd leh....
    next time i try EBC wan...heehee
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    wah....tis thread is abt brakepad or brake hoses???
    haha...anyway i jz share some comment on both items

    steel braided brakehose pioneer is Goodridge
    Goodridge vs HEL

    Goodridge
    more expensive
    got pre-measure length hose for class2 bike
    ( if not hav to cut from a longer hose...hav to trust the skill of the person cuttin it )
    alloy banjo nut (stainless steel hav to order separate..more $$ )
    variety of colors

    can get from biketech21( one hose $75, buy whole set $195...not sure if it vary for diff bike anot)


    HEL

    abit cheaper
    stainless steel banjo
    variety of color

    can get from vector one



    brakepad EBC HH
    goodridge oso got brakepad....heard tt it is manufacture from the same factory as EBC but cos brand name different hence it cheaper than EBC
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    Originally posted by sleepy@Jun 6 2004, 02:25 PM
    juz changed to SBS brake pad
    very good
    yeah...me just changed to sbs brake pad...666sq model for $18 a pair include installation at HKL. So far so gd...now for the mileage test
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    anyone heard fizzpower b4? tink its not bad...

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    Hi guys,
    So what brake pads are good enough for a Phantom? I mean better braking power than the stock ones and how much it costs? Btw where's this HKL shop? Its charges is it much lower than other shops?

     

     
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    Originally posted by stanboy81@Jun 9 2004, 04:15 PM
    anyone heard fizzpower b4? tink its not bad...
    Better dont buy? Use for my S4 for a month changed to SBS not good in wet.
    U wan I can sell u cheap for Ver S.
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    Originally posted by hachi@Jun 9 2004, 04:37 PM
    Better dont buy? Use for my S4 for a month changed to SBS not good in wet.
    U wan I can sell u cheap for Ver S.
    Agreed.... will try another brand soon... the Fizzpower simply cannot make it in the wet.
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    Just get Ferrodo, SBS and Vesrah if u wan below $20 pair.
    Cheap and reasonable performance I would say.
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    Any one tried AP brake pads before? would like to know the performance compare to ebc hh brake pads.

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    sbs is gd can try

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    Originally posted by william_liu@Jun 9 2004, 04:41 PM
    Agreed.... will try another brand soon... the Fizzpower simply cannot make it in the wet.
    Yup, i simply can't disagree with u. Tried Fizzpower, in the dry ok but in wet, just cannot make it lah.. ha! Just changed mine to EBC n just came back from a downpour just now, and i can say it GRIPS !!!


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    Originally posted by nocturnized@Jul 12 2004, 01:28 PM
    Yup, i simply can't disagree with u. Tried Fizzpower, in the dry ok but in wet, just cannot make it lah.. ha! Just changed mine to EBC n just came back from a downpour just now, and i can say it GRIPS !!!
    Yeah, I should go get it changed soon too..... rainy season again....

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    Originally posted by nocturnized@Jul 12 2004, 01:28 PM
    Yup, i simply can't disagree with u. Tried Fizzpower, in the dry ok but in wet, just cannot make it lah.. ha! Just changed mine to EBC n just came back from a downpour just now, and i can say it GRIPS !!!
    yeah EBC HH is still the best ard here
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    Originally posted by shoei@Jul 12 2004, 03:11 PM
    yeah EBC HH is still the best ard here
    so where is EBC available?
    thinking of changing along with brake hose
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    Now using Vesrah HH sintered cost $35 for a pair and doesnt need to pump ur brake in wet.
    U all can also try it.
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    Originally posted by A3roSmith@Jul 12 2004, 03:15 PM
    so where is EBC available?
    thinking of changing along with brake hose
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    Originally posted by hachi@Jul 12 2004, 03:16 PM
    Now using Vesrah HH sintered cost $35 for a pair and doesnt need to pump ur brake in wet.
    U all can also try it.
    where can i try this from dude??

    what do u mean by "doesnt need to pump ur brake in wet."??
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    Any other place to change EBC pads? Anyway same price for TA200? How about the Vesrah?

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    Originally posted by shoei@Jul 12 2004, 03:17 PM
    where can i try this from dude??

    what do u mean by "doesnt need to pump ur brake in wet."??
    U can get from eversuccess.
    U need to pump ur brake in order to dry ur brake to be more effective in wet.
    With fizzpower and SBS i need to pump my brake in heavy rain but this pads prove to be effective in wet and need minimum pumping in wet.
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    Originally posted by hachi@Jul 12 2004, 04:34 PM
    U can get from eversuccess.
    U need to pump ur brake in order to dry ur brake to be more effective in wet.
    With fizzpower and SBS i need to pump my brake in heavy rain but this pads prove to be effective in wet and need minimum pumping in wet.
    You changed at 35 or only brake pad price? maybe I'll give this a try...
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    Ya only the brake pads price u can DIY or bring it to shop.
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    Originally posted by hachi@Jul 12 2004, 09:00 PM
    Ya only the brake pads price u can DIY or bring it to shop.
    where u changed it?
    how much for the front and rear?
    is it better then ebc?
    but its definitely cheaper than ebc..........hehe

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    For front is less than $80 for 2 pairs + GST.
    Rear I am using SBS.
    I nv use EBC before so I do not know.
    But since Vesrah is a reputable brand and also a sintered brake pad and also HH rated so I choose it.
    Be advice sintered material are not rotor friendly.
    But I intent sell the bike about a year later so I dont really care.
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    Originally posted by hachi@Jul 12 2004, 10:18 PM
    For front is less than $80 for 2 pairs + GST.
    Rear I am using SBS.
    I nv use EBC before so I do not know.
    But since Vesrah is a reputable brand and also a sintered brake pad and also HH rated so I choose it.
    Be advice sintered material are not rotor friendly.
    But I intent sell the bike about a year later so I dont really care.
    So which do you recommend?Now deciding whether SBS, Vesrah or Goldfren (HH) is a good buy. SBS ceramic quoted $18 at HKL. Goldfren (HH) quoted $38 at K&T.

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