ECCPP Kevlar Carbon Fiber Brake Pads

Which is better Kevlar or carbon brake pads?

After reading various threads, I’m thinking Kevlar/Carbon would suit me fine. Good overall performance in all types of conditions. A complete set of these can be found for $25 on D2MOTO. But, maybe a better alternative are the ceramics for $50 from SIXITITY.

What makes carbon fiber the best brake material?

Our carbon fiber-reinforced carbon (C/C) brakes offer high thermal shock resistance and consistent, fade-free braking performance at low weight and high abrasion resistance. The brake rotor and brake pads are made entirely of C/C, as this material has both constructive and frictional properties.

Which is the best material for brake pads?

Braking response is linear no matter what the brake temperature. Aramid fibers are a strong and heat-resistant synthetic material. The fiber stand up to temperatures up to 500 C. Para-aramid composites create little dust and contain no asbestos.

What kind of copper is used in brake pads?

Upcoming regulations on copper content are changing material use industry-wide. Brake pad materials often vary within the same product line, depending on the platform. TRW lists copper-free ceramic, semi-metallic, and low metallic within its same Ultra series.


Here we have a set of three pairs of Kevlar carbon brake pads that will fit a 2008-2014 Harley-Davidson VRSCF V-Rod Muscle. You get fingertip control and predictable brake response. You can rely on the superb stopping power but won’t have to worry about noise or rotor galling. These pads will suit all riding conditions.

They are made from high-strength fibers to deliver improved thermal stability. These pads are durable and reduce abrasion.


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