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post #11 of 37 (permalink) Old 08-07-2018, 02:48 AM
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Ha ha ha, awsome @PaiN , hey no accident ....

My take on EBC HH, yes they are MUCH better then stock, BUT they do not last very long ... Try Lyndalls next time, they last much longer and are just a bit better then EBCHH,
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Man..I cant remember the last time I sold a rotor for one of these bikes.

80,000 Miles on my 2012 XC when sold it and still had Original Rotors in Good Shape .. But Used Lyndall Pads after changing the OEM's

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@GatorJoe @BP6666VR I've haven't had any issue with the front EBC HH pads wearing quickly.... I switched to those cheap D2Moto "kevlar" pads once .....(you get what you pay for ) and they didn't last very long at all...In fact, I think they are what started the rear rotor warp.
I need to stick with the High Performance s**t .... LOL
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130,750 on my rotors with no problems. Looks like you ran the pads way past worn out.
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130,750 on my rotors with no problems. Looks like you ran the pads way past worn out.
That's a definite ... but the pads in the vids were just put in a couple of months ago and the pads before them(cheap D2Moto pads) were worn thin but not excessively. I'm also willing to bet there's a big difference in our riding styles, meaning my rear brakes are getting much more abuse in 55k than yours in 130k...
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Try a set of Braking brand pads, I loved those pads and I'm pretty sure they have vic sets now.
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I don't know how you could abuse the rear brake. I hate the rear brake on my CCT. Very little travel in the brake lever makes it hard to lightly drag like I'm used to doing in slow speed. Just been getting by without it. Better than falling over from full brake.
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Got 57,000+ miles on my XR and still have the original rear brake pads. Now the fronts I have changed a few times. Run EBC on the front.

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PaiN get's the prize for riding his CCT like an R6. You da man Mr. PaiN....I must say, I'm impressed by your enthusiasm to ride the big Vic like it's a sport bike
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I don't know how you could abuse the rear brake. I hate the rear brake on my CCT. Very little travel in the brake lever makes it hard to lightly drag like I'm used to doing in slow speed. Just been getting by without it. Better than falling over from full brake.
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