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Old 12-12-2005, 07:30 PM
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noticed my brake pads are getting low who knows what are the best type of brake pads around.

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For what application? Just street usage or do you intend doing any form of trackwork?

My first brake change was DBA 650 rotors with Bendix Ultimate pads. Very nice for street, but ran out fairly quick with MC days.

I'm now running DBA 5000's with Ferodo 2500s. Lil bit noisy on street until they warm up, but very good for MC. Not sure how Ferodo pads would go with stock rotors (I assume thats what you have) they may eat the rotor a bit quicker than what you want.

Thats my suggestions....and also have a search on the topic around here and also try Rexnet. Lots of good opinions have already been voiced.
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