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Old 09-25-2009, 01:57 PM   #1
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What pads are you stoppie guys using?

Right now I have some super old EBC front race brake pads that are soaked in fork oil, so I need some news one.


From what I've herd from a few big name stunters is stock are best for the Hondas.


What do you recommend?
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stock o.e.m. or ebc extreme pro are good.
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Old 09-25-2009, 02:03 PM   #3
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I heard the stock pads work pretty good.
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stock pads front and rear.anything esle burns up fast.
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stock pads do last longer.....
dual line in the front really helped me come up faster without burning so much dust
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hey douche nozzle everyone knows that running piston to rotor is the key!!!!


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hey douche nozzle everyone knows that running piston to rotor is the key!!!!


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I prefer the ebc extreme pro pads over the oem.

The ebc bed to your rotors super quick and seem to work alittle bit better than oem for the initial snap to get the bike up in the air as far as feel they are about the same to me.
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I had some galfer center pads.. They were ok just got some HH pads work way better the pick up is quick! It's like I'm doing stoppies for the first time again, need to get used to it.
But heard those EBC extreme pads kill all pads out there ..best pads on the market!
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That would be sintered pads not center. Thank u sir.
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I prefer the ebc extreme pro pads over the oem.

The ebc bed to your rotors super quick and seem to work alittle bit better than oem for the initial snap to get the bike up in the air as far as feel they are about the same to me.
this dude spends more time on the front wheel than any were else
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OEM hands down. HH are no bueno.
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Old 10-25-2009, 10:10 AM   #18
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Just curious... any of the stunters tried Vesrah pads?
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nope. some pads are too touchy some heat up and are garbage. some dont last. brakes are EVERYTHING on a stunt bike. if you dont have good bikes and a solid running bike. forget ever being good.
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