Seem like good quality, had to do some minor dremmel work for them to fit in my mini quad. Not a big issue But to some people who dont have the tools it may be a concern. Bit it's probably just for the atv I have.
Purchased front pads for 2014 Polaris Sportsman 90. Pads where too large not able to install. Tried to grind the one set down to get to fit, still not go, so returned the other set and ordered the OEM's which where installed with no issue.So can not rate quality or performance.
EBC Brakes are generally pretty high quality and that's why I still ranked their longevity and performance high based on others I have used. When it comes to the Can-Am DS70 shoes, they just flat do not fit. It appears there is about 1mm too much friction material on the shoe, which is enough to not let the drum slide back over the shoes. Now my daughter gets to wait for OEM shoes to arrive.
Only used on a pit bike, but it works at least as good as stock. Took me 12 years to wear out the stock ones, these feel fine after a few years. Can't say how good they are on a big bike but for a pit bike they're great.
Machine this part was bought for: 2002 HONDA XR70R
Purchased for a '07 Sportsman 90 (front brakes). Pads fit like a charm until I went to put the drums back on. These have a little thicker pad on them compared to OEM, which caused the drum not to go back on. Seeing Polaris brand is double the price - I broke out the grinder to the shoe. After trimming the flats down where they meet the actuator - drum went on without a problem. Other than having to modify the pads to fit, the brakes do what they are made to do.
Machine this part was bought for: 2007 POLARIS SPORTSMAN 90