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Old 09-07-2010, 04:26 PM   #1
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Have a 98 Suzuki bandit 1200s. Any suggestions on pads. Have OEM rotors still. Looking at Versah brand possibly. Mostly street riding but possible track days.
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Depends on your riding. The more aggressive the pad, the better they will be on the track, and the better your stopping distance in dry weather on the street. But they will also be touchier in emergency situations on the street and more dangerous in wet weather. Aggressive pads are also harder on your rotor.

For track, most people seem to like the Versah or the EBC HH or what they now call "Extreme Pro." I don't run these on my rear (track or street).
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