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EBC HH Front Rear Brake Pads 99 2000 01 02 Compatible with Suz

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EBC HH Front Rear Brake Pads 99 2000 01 02 Compatible with Suz

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Product description

1999-2002 SV650.
This listing is for a new set of EBC HH front AND rear brake pads! This set includes six (6) brake pads: 2 pads for the right front disc, 2 pads for the left front disc, and 2 pads for the rear brake disc, exactly as pictured. The friction compound of these pads Double-H Sintered Metal.
DOUBLE-H SINTERED METAL PADS
Feature the HH-friction rating - the highest in the industry
Provide maximum brake effect and last twice as long as organic pads
EBC brake pads contain Aramid fibers; these are man-made high-performance fibers used widely for their light weight, high strength, abrasion resistance and thermal stability
Aramid fibers have high strength-to-weight, thermal stability and abrasion resistance to provide advantages over cheaper steel fiber-based products
Provide excellent stopping power without noise and rotor galling
Fingertip control and strong, predictable brake response

  • Made in the USA


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EBC HH Front Rear Brake Pads 99 2000 01 02 Compatible with Suz

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