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  • Braking Race Rear Brake Rotor

    David in CA

    Braking rotor

    Perfect replacement rotor. fitment and performance are top notch.

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  • Braking Brake Pads - Sintered Metal

    Jason in CA

    Great Pads

    No squeal, progressive yet positive braking. We always have confidence when putting Braking components on our bikes.

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  • Braking Brake Pads - SM1 Compound

    thomas in IL

    brake pad review

    They fit proper and stop good . Quick delivery , no problem with the install , They appear to be a well made pad and stop the bike well with minimum lever pressure

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  • Braking Race Sintered Compound CM46 Brake Pads

    Ryan in TX

    Great pads, my new go-to

    Cheap with great bite. I haven't noticed any fading or squealing from these. Installed them in conjunction with the Galfer braided brake lines and the improvements were impressive, especially for the cost. I don't have enough time on them to attest to longevity yet.

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  • Braking Race Front Brake Rotor

    JON in ID

    oem replacement

    what can you say these set the standard for rotors. nothing fancy but they work just perfectly.

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  • Braking Oversize Rear Brake Rotor Kit

    thomas in CA

    Big improvement for LHRB

    I run Rekluse clutches and left hand rear brakes on all my bergs. i have always struggled with the confidence in the durabilty of the brake situation as i wind up using the rear brake a LOT and generating a lot of heat. the master is an adopted MTB master and the lines from the master arent the same as the ones from the foot master. thus, anything to increase the efficiency of the rear brake is welcome. I do not have extensive experience with the product yet, but the build quality is top notch and the improvement in bite is immediate. I also adapted the shark fin or tusk disc guard by adding 3 layers of duct tape under the guard to fill in the space that results from the carrier being thinner at the mounting point than the stock one. if it loosens up, i'll redo it or find a more durable stackable material to accomplish the same thing. the duct tape was convenient.

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