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Postby Mad Splasherwmb » Thu May 17, 2007 09:02 am

I've got better brakes than that - they're called Brembo 4 pots and fortunately they do come with a 600cc engine.

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Postby Mad Splasherwmb » Thu May 17, 2007 10:02 am

Mr Splasher? Very formal. Copper grease is only a no-no because done badly it contaminates the friction material. The thickness of the material is a red-herring since it should only be applied to the metal backing and only in the centre where the piston makes contact. If you get it into the friction material it's game over whether it's a car, motorbike or train. As brun was advocating new pads, where's the harm in trying it?

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