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What kind of brake pads are the best? Ive seen both HH pads and kevler pads. The bike will be riden two up almost all the time. And living near so many moutian ranges I want brakes that dont fade and I'd rather they stop great not has worried about replacing more offten
 

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You may want to get brake pads instead.... But EBC and OEM are the only 2 good choices for pads.
 

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Darn auto correct phone. ;).... any one what type oem are? On my sport bikes ive always used HH pads.
 

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OEM are Original Equipment Manufacture. So when we say OEM we mean go to a Honda dealer and buy new pads. Online or in person, your choice.
 

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OEM are Original Equipment Manufacture. So when we say OEM we mean go to a Honda dealer and buy new pads. Online or in person, your choice.
Thank you for the help. My local honda OEM dealer recommend me using hh pads for my area as they dont fade and do better when wet. Over stock OEM pads from a dealer in person or online. Thats why i asked if any one else has used them?
 

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glad to help. I don't know what "hh" pads are. I've only used OEM on my Goldwings. Is that a brand name?
 

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glad to help. I don't know what "hh" pads are. I've only used OEM on my Goldwings. Is that a brand name?
HH is a rating of the material used, I really not trying to reinvent the brake pad. Just wondered if any one else has seen improvement from using these. Being bigger people and always riding two up. I want the best stopping power I can get.

EBC Sintered Double-H brake pads boast the highest friction level rating (H), becoming the industry standard in 2004. They carry the highest H title in two ways, hence the expression Double-H, as they are H-rated cold and H-rated when hot; This means no brake fade. Most Double-H pads are fitted (according to system parameters) with stainless steel radiator plates which are helpful in reducing the heat transition into the caliper and hydraulics. Heat-reduction and superior materials make the HH an excellent choice for street and race uses.
Features:
-Sintered copper alloy pads.
-Perforated stainless steel heat radiator plates.
-Double-segmented, wider pads.
-Made in the USA
 

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Won't a sintered metal pad increase the wear on the rotors?
Just asking. I thought I read somewhere not to use a sintered metal pad on these wings.
 
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