Try lightly cleaning the rotor with fine emery cloth. You don't want to remove any metal, just any rough high spots. Clean afterward with brake cleaner. Check the caliper for cleanliness and free movement of the sliding parts.the rotor feels alittle rough too
Didn't understand this, but rebuilt my rear brake the other day - calipers, SS line, EBC HH. Very easy to lock the rear. Not grabby, just powerful. Will go with organics next time.I like organic pads on the rear and HH sintered metal on the front. Galfer and EBC are good brands.
Hi Everyone, Organic is all about the material,Question:
Is "organic" a brand name or oem equipment or ???
In moderate street riding about when should you look to replace your brake pads?
I don't want a set of new brake pads which really change how the bike handles (like locking up too easily) but if there is a better brake pad than the oem equipment I would like to use those.
Thanks for the useful information on this thread.