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June 7th, 2005, 03:38 AM   #1
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Brake pads for 2005 FS-models

Hi all.

I've been trying to find brake pads with more bite and/or durability for the radial mounted calipers on the -05 models but no luck so far.

Does anyone here at UHE have the answer to where I can find any

The calipers are made by "FTE - design by beringer" but I cant find any website from FTE and beringer does not mention FTE at all on their site.

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June 7th, 2005, 05:16 AM   #2
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Hi Jocke,
found something called Brake Pads Racing - Beringer 6-Piston
at the Schleenbecker Online Shop. I don't know the difference
between the standard/racing pads. Just email your questions
to info@schleenbecker-moto.de.

Hope this helps,
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Originally Posted by Maddel
Hi Jocke,
found something called Brake Pads Racing - Beringer 6-Piston
at the Schleenbecker Online Shop. I don't know the difference
between the standard/racing pads. Just email your questions
to info@schleenbecker-moto.de.

Hope this helps,
regards Maddel
Thanks Maddel for trying
Unfortunately not helping me since my calipers are 4-piston and new for the 2005 models
The 6-piston ones was only mounted on the 2004 models.
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June 7th, 2005, 05:45 AM   #4
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I got some Ferodo Sinter brake pads for my old bike, and they were great. See if they got a model that fits..

I know Husaberg stock some Sinter pads for the 6-piston ones, but they are horribly expensive compared to the Ferodos. Did you try Husaberg themselves?
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Originally Posted by Vegard
I got some Ferodo Sinter brake pads for my old bike, and they were great. See if they got a model that fits..

I know Husaberg stock some Sinter pads for the 6-piston ones, but they are horribly expensive compared to the Ferodos. Did you try Husaberg themselves?
No luck in the aftermarket so far. Still hoping though...


In the parts manual that came with the bike two different sets of pads are mentioned, one for street use (homologized), and one NOT for street use. But when I brought this up with husaberg Scandinavia I got the reply that the NOT street ones had been cancelled/removed or something. Don't know how you say it in english....
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Just to avoid confusion here is a poor picture (cellcam) of the caliper for the 2005 FS-models...

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Take the pads down to your local bike shop and compare with existing pads for other bikes, they may cross over to a Brembo or other street bike brake pad.
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Originally Posted by Jocke_D
Hi all.

I've been trying to find brake pads with more bite and/or durability for the radial mounted calipers on the -05 models but no luck so far.



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 ?

Cheers

Brett Saunders
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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.

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Found some info about SBS:

SBS is an abrevaiton for Scandinavian Brake Systems.
The mother house is located in Kopenhagen Denmark.

Racing Teams using SBS:
Superbike WC (Ten-Kate)
Isle of Man (Honda UK, Yamaha Virgin)
Moto GP WC (Kawasaki)
Motocross WC (Yamaha UK)
Supermoto WC (Zupin Husquvarna)

Eight brake pad compounds are available:

HF + LF : Street Ceramic (for road use)
HS + LS : Street Excel Sintered Metal (high performance sport, touring and custom bikes)
SI : Off Road Sintered Metal (MX, Enduro, Supermoto)

RSI : Off Road Racing Sintered Metal
RS : Racing Sintered Metal
DC : RACING DUAL CARBON
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