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Old July 24th @ 05:16 am   #1
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Anyone experienced using EBC HH pads??

Ima install the Galfer Wavies front and rear today, and I bought EBC HH pads (thats all that was available short notice).

Just curious the experience here.

Seems to me it ought not be even a little problem. I hope to be going from great brakes to phenomenal brakes.


 
 
Old July 24th @ 09:28 am   #2
sinfulf4i
 
i used them on my on old katana and it seem to slow it down alot quicker with a lot less lever effort aand some times it would even stop a lil tooo fast
 
 
Old July 24th @ 10:00 am   #3
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From: Deltona, Fl
EBC HH are not bad at all. I use them on the Busa. The Busa does not have strong brakes, but there was a drastic ikmprovement from the stock pads. So go for it PA.
 
 
Old July 24th @ 01:01 pm   #4
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

Motorcycle: 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa LE/2007 Suzuki GSXR600/2000 Honda CBR600F4
I'm running them on the front of the F4. The sintered pads make a siginificant difference in stopping power. These pads seem to be a bit less progressive; they tend to "grab" a bit more on initial application, but nothing major. I love the overall feel, though. In short, you'll like 'em.
 
 
Old July 24th @ 08:55 pm   #5
 
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Originally Posted by vegaseric
I'm running them on the front of the F4. The sintered pads make a siginificant difference in stopping power. These pads seem to be a bit less progressive; they tend to "grab" a bit more on initial application, but nothing major. I love the overall feel, though. In short, you'll like 'em.*
+1, I used them on my gixer and loved them. just make sure you bed them in properly before you slam on the anchors
 
 
Old July 25th @ 04:43 am   #6
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Carl.....define "bedding them in" for us please??
 
 
Old July 25th @ 08:13 am   #7
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From: NLV - Lone Mt & Clayton

Motorcycle: 2002 Yamaha FZ1
I put on a set the same time I put on the braided lines. So I honestly can't tell which made more of a difference. But the combo is flippin awesome. I did nothing more than hitting the rotors with a 3m scotchbright pad to get any shizzle off the rotors, then took it easy on the binders for the first couple of rides. Until they wore off the slight glaze from the stock set, they were a little iffy, but once they wore that off, it was on like donkey kong. 1 finger is all she takes.
 
 

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