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Product : Brake Pads Discussion


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hello, wanna ask how much are daytona brake pads? for a set of front and back. :confused:

 

one set is $18

front n back = 2 sets= 2x$18= $72

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er... can i just check what brake pads should i use?

 

i 0am currently riding a TA200 (phantom)

 

pls advice :confused: :confused:

 

 

 

yeah mann.. i wanna change mine too...

 

me 2 me 2 :cheer:

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Never tried Carbone Lorraines?

Very good. Affordable. Can get at Excel cycles or Extreme. They're cheaper than Motorworld.

 

Extreme? u sure better not... the last time i went there to ask for the price of the C.Lorriane rear pad for my bike, the bloody man tried to con me sayin pad cost $35 as per stated on the pad but additional $15 muz pay for installation so dat adds up to $50 & he still got the cheek to tell me all his pads oso muz add $15 for installation!!!!!!

WTF so i went down the road to MSC to change juz cost me $35 as it shd be

 

so the $35 must include the installation fee? anything more than $35 don't buy right?

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Brembo does make brake pads..... but they have a limited selection.... only for certain bikes (ie calipers)..... about $80 for one side (front)....

 

I have used Carbon lorrine before but can't remember much about it. Currently using EBC HH.....cost about $75 for one side, so the front brakes cost $150 (there abouts) in total. Am using stock brake pads for the rear.....

 

Brake dust is part and parcel of brake pads.... can't help it..... when you go down to your mechanic, use their air gun and clear your brakes..... that way, you can ensure clean brakes....

 

Braking performance can be further increased by changing the whole braking system.... Brembo braking systems cost start from about S$2,500. This would normally include rotors, master pump and calipers.... But try changing the rotors and you will notice a difference. The reason being that most of our stock rotors are either non floating or semi floating..... floating rotors disipatate heat better and pushes the brake pads away from the rotors..... thereby reducing wear on the rotors as well as the pads.

 

So far, my EBCs are pretty decent... sure a little pricy but cheaper than repairing the bike after an accident.

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Hmm.... brake pads... damn expensive...... in front change then need 100+ already...sian~~

 

hmm if it help u to stop faster why not... for me.. brake pads n tyres are things i wont wanna save money on.. cos these are the things dat will keep me alive...

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i have tried Carbon Lor before... they making a hissing sound.... like sandpaper sanding down wood kinda of sound....

 

they last about 7000km on my bike where braking is 90% done with the front brakes..

 

they are consistent.. both wet and dry... Impt. thing is to bleed your lines when changing pads... it helps with the modulation of the brakes..(IMHO)

 

not sure how much they bite into my rotors as I didnt measure...

 

 

I'm using SBS too. So so only. My bike sound like a double decker stopping at bus stop like that...so [email protected]!

 

EBC i heard not bad....I wanna try Carbon Loraine for the next.

 

Mine too! Even when not braking also got that "scratching" sound. When you have changed to Carbon Lorraine can please update us? :smile:

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i have tried Carbon Lor before... they making a hissing sound.... like sandpaper sanding down wood kinda of sound....

 

they last about 7000km on my bike where braking is 90% done with the front brakes..

 

they are consistent.. both wet and dry... Impt. thing is to bleed your lines when changing pads... it helps with the modulation of the brakes..(IMHO)

 

not sure how much they bite into my rotors as I didnt measure...

 

ya i heard dat carbon lor really will eat up yr rotors...

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bremboz ones are good but only suitable for brembo brakes.and it gives out less fiber so that ur rimz will not be that dirty..but cost veriveri ex.

Abt 60 + per pair. :giddy:

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got anyone try vestra pads b4 :?

its green in color

 

comments pls :D

 

Never heard before...

 

he muz be referring to Vesrah lah..

 

neway, chivas. u can try ferrodo. avail at Eversuccess also. for the same type, it cost abit more than vesrah tho..

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got anyone try vestra pads b4 :?

its green in color

 

comments pls :D

 

Never heard before...

 

he muz be referring to Vesrah lah..

 

neway, chivas. u can try ferrodo. avail at Eversuccess also. for the same type, it cost abit more than vesrah tho..

thanks for the infor :D

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thanks for the infor :D

 

ya welcome dude :shades:

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