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June 7th, 2005, 10:58 PM   #11
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Powerfiend->I have been to my local dealer but came up unlucky. But he did'nt have all that much stuff to go through I must be honest to say.


Originally Posted by Supermototeam
FTE is an automotive brake manufacturer which Beringer has licensed the radial caliper design to. SBS manufactures the brake pads. The HH indicates sintered. The pads pictured are the "hard" or "street" compound. Part numbers listed are KTM numbers, I think. The "soft" compound lasts one race day.

In the US, Beringer brakes are imported by Frog Specialties. On your continent, I have no idea

What else can I do for you, Jocke ?

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Thanks for your help Brett

So SBS makes the pads huh!? Have searched their catalogue but with no luck. Maybe it takes a personal contact.
The "hard" pads lasts no more than two race days so I was primarly looking for both bite and durability. Will investigate further...




Originally Posted by Simon
Jocke,

In addition to Brett's info.

The EBC part number for the radial is: MXS405

I have been unable to find a cross references for others as yet.

Cheers,
Simon
Simon,

The hint to EBC seems great. I will look into that


Next race is next tuesday and I must have great brakes to defend my 1st place and try to get more ahead in the local series
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June 8th, 2005, 01:34 AM   #12
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If not yet checked, here's the link to SBS
On the menu-bar select "Catalouge, Motorcycle".
On the next screen
-at the first combo-box select "caliper"
-at the third select "BERINGER"
-and at the fourth select your caliper model

May be this helps...
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Originally Posted by Maddel
If not yet checked, here's the link to SBS
On the menu-bar select "Catalouge, Motorcycle".
On the next screen
-at the first combo-box select "caliper"
-at the third select "BERINGER"
-and at the fourth select your caliper model

May be this helps...
Been there, done that. Unfortunately

At sbs.dk they only have the older four piston calipers.

But I have found out that a new "race-kit" is being released with new pads and new pistons in stainless stell. The race kit will even be cheaper than new original pads
I ordered two kits immediately... Will report here as soon as possible.

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Contact your BERINGER people and order the 1220 R2 pads. Not road legal but the best for the kit. Much softer than the standard ones supplied with bike, but you will feel the difference, like a whole new brake kit.
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Originally Posted by normjsr
Contact your BERINGER people and order the 1220 R2 pads. Not road legal but the best for the kit. Much softer than the standard ones supplied with bike, but you will feel the difference, like a whole new brake kit.
Thanks for the tip. Will try that if I don't get satisfied with the kit I just ordered
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Are steel pistons original, or are there aluminium alloy ones fitted from factory?

What about the six-piston ones?
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Apologies for digging up old thread - just bit more info for people who look for pads for this 4 pot Beringer caliper:
EPFA405HH are ebc track day/fast street pads for this caliper where MXS405 is moto cross/off road.
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Originally Posted by Andrewzzz View Post
Apologies for digging up old thread - just bit more info for people who look for pads for this 4 pot Beringer caliper:
EPFA405HH are ebc track day/fast street pads for this caliper where MXS405 is moto cross/off road.


I also have a '05 fs650 with the "FTE design by Beringer" 4-puck front caliper, and I am trying to find pads right now.

Are you sure (or does anybody know) that EBC EPFA405HH is definitely the correct part # for this caliper? The reason I ask is because the photo of this pad does not look like the pads in the bike. I don't want to order and then have to return if avoidable.

I could really use some help finding the correct replacement pads for my bike, specially since mine are down to about 25% left!


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Hi,

try to find SBS pads - model 842 RSI. You will be really happy with this pads.

Alternatively you can put something from this site:
AF1 Racing : Aprilia Parts and Accessories: 2006-2011 SXV & RXV Brakes and Braking Components

The front pads are the same as in Aprilia SXV.
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