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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-05-2006, 10:53 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone running SBS HH pads?

Do you like them? I was getting some very bad brake fade running those on my 2002 GSXR 750. I switched to Vesrah RJS pads, and the fade was gone. I didn't even bleed the brakes, just switched the pads. I hadn't tried SBS pads before, but either they were glazed up, or they just sucked for me. Anyone concur or has anyone had good track experiences with these pads?
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You already heard my piece there Zip......


EBC pads SUCK even with EBC Rotors......

Vesrah..... that's-a-nice.


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EBC pads SUCK even with EBC Rotors......
I have the EBC HH pads on my F4, and i love them. they squeek all the fucken time and are annoying as hell, but they stop good

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I asked a bunch of you nice folks at the track, and you confirmed that EBC HH's are not real good for fade resistance.

Now, I'm asking about SBS HH pads. Different brand!
EBC vs SBS. So does anyone have any experience with SBS pads? I do, and they sucked for me.
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I asked a bunch of you nice folks at the track, and you confirmed that EBC HH's are not real good for fade resistance.

Now, I'm asking about SBS HH pads. Different brand!
EBC vs SBS. So does anyone have any experience with SBS pads? I do, and they sucked for me.
i know, i was just responding to the EBC SUCK

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Ok, that is another confirmation that EBCs do suck!
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