A little long, but no problem.
Used on front brake caliper for Honda NSR250R MC21.
I got a used Brake Caliper that did not have a Pad pin.
It was frustrating to go out of my way to buy OEM, so I was torn between DAYTONA's Stainless Steel pad pin and Titanium64's Titaniumium pad pin, but I chose Titanium64's Titaniumium pad pin because the price difference was not so great and I wanted to reduce the weight as much as possible. I chose the Titaniumium pad pin because the price difference was not so much and I wanted to reduce the weight as much as possible.
The quality and texture are second to none.
Once installed, these parts are completely invisible, so they tend to be put off as custom parts, but they are highly recommended.
The brake area is easily contaminated with brake dust and prone to rust, so we think the titanium conversion is a good way to improve maintainability.
Stainless Steel is not rustproof either.
Incidentally, many of these parts are universal to some extent, and I think this product is the same as other NISSINCalipers, although the part numbers are different.
It is made a little longer than OEM Product and has a slightly higher penetrating volume.
It is completely safe to use
I would have liked to put a Beta pin on it, but I don't have the skills or equipment to drill a precise hole in thin titanium, so I gave up on that.
Note that for Front is Quantity:1 Set for 1 Vehicle (Quantity):(2 pcs) It was in.
Pad pin is the Quantity:Is there 4 2pc front double disk vehicles in the box? I think so.
In general, I have no complaints at all and recommend Custom parts.
Buying OEM Parts as for Repair is a good option, but it is also a good price option.