I ordered the EBC HH pads along with the Gafler steelbraided lines and clutch cable. My bike stops a 100% better. I cant wait to get some slotted and drilled rotos and some bigger piston calibers next. Any ideas on the calibers?Installed and rotors and new HH pads this past weekend, still bedding in pads/rotors. Big improvement over the stock rotors, but then my right stock rotor was a little warped, resulting in pulsating,bad feel, etc. The new EBC's and HH pads, so far are a plus, no pulsating, quiet, less effort, good bite, and they work. I'll post pics on next posting. the only downside, and this is really a nit, is that the carriers are polished aluminum, and I was expecting a yellow powder coat on the carriers, similar to whats in their ads, but not a big deal. What other info would you like? Again, I will post pics later tonite, when I have access to my real camera. My phone doesn't take good pics......
Not sure on the price, my goal is to get "quality" over price but everyone does have a limit. I am also saving on a new suspension for my bike to be put on this winter. I have heard that a 6 piston break caliber is better then the 4 psiton set up we have now. So still looking.How much are you willing to spend on "calipers"?
BTW, you can't go wrong with anything Brembo.....rotors, calipers and masters are all amazing!
I will check it out. I am not going to be racing my bike at all but my wife has said that the RC 51 I have is the last bike I will own until the kids are out of school so I am looking to inviest in quality parts. (my youngest is 6 months old)FWIW... I am using BrakeTech rotors for racing, they are simply amazing! www.braketech.com
Check out the design... makes a lot of sense.
I'm using DI (ductile iron) for dry, and SS (stainless steel) for wet.
Ferodo carbon/ceramic pads for dry, HH sintered pads for wet.
I'm loving it!
yeah but what about the calipers? is there a good 6 piston set up better then the 4 piston set up which is stock on the bike?Tell the wife that the kids are over-rated and your money needs to go into RC, not some spoiled brat. BTW, what size pants does your wife wear........
Just kidding bro', we've all been there, my kids are grown and out of the house, so I get to play now.......
For my money, the EBC rotors and pad's are great, will handle the occasional track day antics and provide great stopping power on the street for a daily rider.