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Old 01-24-2013, 04:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default EBC Brakes at MotoSport.com

Riding season is just around the corner for some of us, get your ride ready for the year with a new set of EBC Brake Pads.

EBC Brakes are a great way to increase brake performance or simply replace your worn OEM brake pads.

Below are a few of our featured EBC brake pad sets!



EBC "R" Series Sintered Brake Pads - Front

$22.99 - $36.99

Product Description


-EBC "R" Series sin<span style="font-size: small;">tered brake pads are the ideal choice for racers and weekend warriors looking for an affordable brake pad that lasts.
<span style="font-size: small;"><span style="font-size: small;"><span style="font-size: small;">-The EBC "R" Series pads feature a sintered copper alloy construction that del<span style="font-size: small;">ivers medium to high friction for excellen<span style="font-size: small;">t braking performance in riding conditions ranging from mud bogs to desert riding.
<span style="font-size: small;">-Includes two brake pads, enough for one caliper.

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EBC "X" Series Carbon Brake Pads - Rear

$2.77 - $34.99

Product Description

-EBC "X" Series carbon brake pads have been the choice of top enduro riders around the world for several years.
-The EBC "X" Series brake pads utilize a carbon graphite formula which reduces heat generation and conduction, helping to keep both the rotor and caliper cool.
-EBC "X" Series brake pads are ideal for hot dry conditions and have been R 90 approved for street use on dual sport motorcycles.
-Includes two brake pads, enough for one caliper.

Not sure if you need new brake pads? Make sure you check your owners manual for tips on how to inspect your brake system and for instructions on how to replace your brake pads if needed. Take some time to shop around as there are different types of ATV brake pads that will fit your riding style.
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