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Old Today, 07:32 PM   #1
slicktop OP
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Location: Slicktop Mtn. Ar.
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Evo Brake upgrade

I'm not a big fan of the Grimeca system on my Beta. They look good on paper but in real life they squeal and seem slow. I love the Brembos on my enduro and the rear system is where I see the most difference. I have new pads for the Grimeca but have not installed, Do new pads make all the difference or is there better kits out there?
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Old Today, 08:37 PM   #2
laser17
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Properly bed in pads with clean rotors and air free hydraulics can make a huge difference. The Jitsie race pads are my favorites on my GG. They do wear quick though. Worth a try. Once thing to try is to steam clean the brakes by heating them up (drag the brake) and then hitting them with the hose. The steam will degrease them - takes three or four quench cycles. (dont get the rotors too hot - dont want to warp them)

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