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Old 04-23-2010, 03:07 PM   #21
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Old 04-23-2010, 04:34 PM   #22
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order some vesrah's dave. trust me, you'll a brick at how great they feel. Curt gave me the reference to use them a while back and i'm givin u the same.
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Old 04-23-2010, 06:50 PM   #23
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Tks bill. I'm good. Got it done all by myself! Feels good doing ur own work. I just did the backs and I'm gonna order the verash(sp) for the front. Didn't think I need super stopping power on the back but the fronts I need all the braking I can get.

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Ive run the OEM zuki pads, the ebc HH, and the vesrahs (04 gsxr 1k w/brembo master). The vesrahs are by far the best stopping power pads (out of these 3 choices), but the ebc hh's were a lot more forgiving on the street (in the rain, black ice, ice, etc...). Either one will be an upgrade over the OEM pads. if you are looking for all-out endo power and tons o' track time, go for the vesrahs, otherwise IMO go w/the ebc hh's.
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Old 04-24-2010, 11:20 AM   #27
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EBCs wear so darn quickly. I went through two sets in about 5 months of track riding. Vesrah RJLs lasted the rest of the season. 08 gsxr-1k with a very large rider running moderate lap times.
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EBCs wear so darn quickly. I went through two sets in about 5 months of track riding. Vesrah RJLs lasted the rest of the season. 08 gsxr-1k with a very large rider running moderate lap times.
i do agree with you 100%
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Old 04-24-2010, 12:16 PM   #29
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I've now used Vesrah RJL's (their street pad), SRJL (race), and the SRJL-XX (race) all on the same bike. I have the SRJL's on right now. It has a huge initial bite that is a little unnerving when you want to grab just a little brake on track is something unusual happens. The XX's were less grabby when I initially touched the brake lever.

I'll be going back to to the Vesrah SRJL-XX's for the next set.

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