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    DP disc pads

    Does anyone have any experience with DP brake pads. My current EBC set are done and I am looking to try some others. My bike is gsxr 750 track day only bike.

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    I googled DP. Don't be doing that

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    I remember from all the brakes test in heaps of Mags, OE pads work best with OE rotors and visa versa. They also don't wear the rotors out, or make silly noises ,it is almost like they were designed for them.



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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    I remember from all the brakes test in heaps of Mags, OE pads work best with OE rotors and visa versa. They also don't wear the rotors out, or make silly noises ,it is almost like they were designed for them.
    Interesting comment above. When I owned a 900 Hornet the verdict was the best performance and pad life was from the OEM pads. Side note - ever replaced mine - they were still going strong at 32,000 kms when I trade it.

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    I've had a couple of sets on different bikes, including the R1. Thought they were OK until I tried Brembo SC, which are so much better it's not funny.

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