Hayes Sintered Brake Pad

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Hayes Sintered Brake Pads; Other brake systems use organic friction materials in their brake pads to insulate the caliper from the heat generated during braking. Unfortunately, their performance falls off dramatically in wet conditions...

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Wondering if I could use Sintered pads on Tektro Lyra disc brakes.

I owe a Diamondback response and I love the disc brakes on them. So early in the year I wanted to purchase a road bike but with disc brakes. And with my budget I purchased a [U]Gravity Liberty CXD[/U] cyclocross bike from BikesDirect.com. For what I paid I do enjoy the bike other then the brakes ... Read More »

Brake Pads, Organic or Sintered, Manufacture or Other

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Sintered compound brake pad noise ?

Been running Hayes sintered (full metallic) brake pads in my old Hayes carbon brakes for years. There was a closeout on Alligator brand full sintered brake pads so I bought a whole lot. A couple weeks ago I installed a set and within an hour they started making a bit of noise. I tried just about eve ... Read More »

Hope Trial Zone + aftermarket sintered pads = possible DH brake?

alrighty, I noticed that Hope has a new trials disk brake on the market, it seems to be the original Mono/Tech Trials caliper, internally at least, but with the options of either a #3 or #5 IS mount or, something new to the Zone, a 74mm post mount caliper, with all of this paired up with what appear ... Read More »

Sintered vs Kevlar pads

Plus minuses of each? Will the extra hardness of sintered wear out rotors faster?Read More »

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