EBC brake pads work and fit perfectly on my Crf250r. I definitely recommend.
EBC brake pads are pretty much all I use. Great price point and great value. I'm good for about
1 set of pads per year. However, some adverse conditions can cause them or any brake pads to were more quickly.
REMEMBER: Brake pads take some time to wear in to get the grip you expect. Slow your roll for the first 15 minutes after the install.
The OEM grips on my HONDA SCOOPY110 are getting dirty and the insides are starting to wear out. So I installed this product. This product of Italian Domino brand looks mature and cool. When riding without gloves, I felt it was hard at first, but now it is familiar to my hand. With gloves on, this level of hardness is just right.
Friction loss seems low. There is also little elongation.
Perhaps due to the chamfered finish of the plate, the thickness of the plating is felt to be even thicker than that of a normal plating chain. Therefore, it seems to have strong rust-preventive power, and its durability is quite good.
The inner LINK is with HolePlate, but at least the weight reduction is that much.
Although the silver plating is calm, the complex shape of the plate gives it a machine-machine look and a surprisingly custom feel.
It is quite expensive, but it is highly durable, so it is recommended for those who want to reduce drive resistance in high power vehicles and also want to keep the appearance of the product. Since it is low friction, it is also recommended for medium and small engine displacement volumes, but the price is too high for us.
I think the bolt itself is fine. However, the shape of the bolt is different from that of the OEM rotor bolt, so if the bolt is installed as is, the brake rotor will not be centered. I finally matched the bolt with a Dial gauge. Also, the length is too short, but I think it is no problem since I screw-locked it. The weight reduction is a little. It does not feel lighter than I expected. It looks very beautiful. If you are replacing the Bolt, please do not lick the Bolt as it has an OEM screw lock. It is easy to remove. I also used a Tap to clean the screw hole.
The grips I replaced before were getting worn out, so I replaced them. The design is almost the same. The design is almost the same, but the price is one third of the Gold price.
I tried cheating. I really wanted Pierced Type because I wanted to put a Bar End on it, but I made an order mistake and bought Closed End, so I cut the end with a Cutter Knife. Check the Spec. before ordering.
Here's a little comparison with the 0ro Grip. The Mad Max Grip is noticeably stiffer; it doesn't feel rubbery and has a plasticky grip. Since it is stiffer, it seems to be more durable in terms of wear and tear. I feel that it is hard and cannot be expected to absorb vibrations or anything like that.
Even considering those negatives, the price is attractive.
But honestly speaking, if price can be ignored, I would definitely give the edge to the 0ro Grip. If you consider price as a factor of performance, it is quite superior.
It is not recommended for long-distance touring or large motorbikes with vibration, but for short-distance use or for those who want to customize at low cost.