Laverda SBS Brake Pads
HS - front. The perfect combination of fade free brake performance, brake feel and thermal stability, especially
developed for sport riding and high loads from heavy motorcycles.
The HS lining is rotor friendly, the performance is stable under dry as well as wet conditions and no thermal bedding-in is required. Recommended for new generation high performance, sports, touring and custom motorcycles which are originally equipped with sinter metal brake pads.
For example Honda CBR & VT, Kawasaki ZX & VN, Suzuki GSX-R & VL. Yamaha YZF & XV and Harley Davidsons.
LS - rear. Sinter metal brake lining LS for the rear brake with high thermal stability which in combination with HS for the front brake provides the necessary and expected brake performance. To avoid excessive braking of the rear wheel, the friction level of the LS lining is adjusted to match the friction characteristics of the HS lining, according to the concept of the originally equipped sinter metal brake pads.
DS - front. Introduced 2007 for World Superbike, Supersport &Endurance, winning the two sprint Championships and doing the complete 24 Hour race distance of Lemans & Bol d'or in its 1st season. DS proved already to be the new standard in brake pad technology for World Championship Racing & Endurance.
DC - front- FOR RACE USE ONLY. Used by the world's top teams and riders since 2001 introduction to win 7 World Championship titles and numerous of National Championships.DC is the "The choice of Champions" for Superstock, Supersport and Superbike classes.
See "bedding-in" instruction here
RS - front. Used to be our Top racing pad for Supersport & Superbike back in the late 90´s, now it is rated as the ultimate and affordable track day pad for your road & track bike.
RQ - rear. For riders using the rear brake to help steering into turns and handle the bike out of turns.
LS - rear. For riders using the rear brake occasionally or only slightly when going into turns.
Price as always is per caliper
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