All our Disc Brake pads come with our super strong stainless steel spring retainer. Not only does this retract the pads better it also helps maintain a longer life of the brake pads and the rotors.
Semi Metallic pads
Semi metallic or resin Disc brake pads are known for their quickness to bed in and there smooth quiet stopping power. We have reformulated and added copper fibres for better heat dissipation and to maintain a longer life.
sintered full metal
NEW for 2016 reformulated, Our aggressive sintered compound is the best of the best and guarantee to give you the ultimate stopping power. These pads are perfect for wet conditions or downhill riding also used by our sponsored riders.
We guarantee our brake pads will last 2 times longer than any other OEM Brake pad on the market today if your not happy we will refund every penny. All brakes shipped on the day every day. Uk orders are shipped for next day delivery.
All our brake pads are free from any harmful materials.
Improves on power smoothness and longevity.
All our brake pads come with a super strong retaining spring.
Up to 600 Degrees without brake fade.
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