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Surron Ultra Bee OEM Original Brake Pads Special Accessories Disc Front Rear Brake Pads Brake Lining Brake Pads

Surron Ultra Bee OEM Original Brake Pads Special Accessories Disc Front Rear Brake Pads Brake Lining Brake Pads

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SurRon Ultra bee Original brake pads

Sustainable high temperature driving

High brake comfort

Low noise

Small damage of friction disc

High performance friction

Friction stability

Brake qualitative

Brake disc cleaning

Reduce noise




What is the function of the grooves in the brake pads?

To remove dust, increase heat dissipation, and facilitate identification. When the brake pads rub against the discs, it will generate some dust, so the grooves on the brake pads are designed to facilitate the dust discharge and at the same time have the function of heat dissipation, in addition, some grooves are designed as indicator lines, just like the safety indicator lines of the tires, when the grooves are worn out, it means the brake pads need to be replaced.

How do I maintain my brake pads in general?

Use brake cleaner. In order to prevent dust from adhering to the discs or pads, you can buy your own brake cleaner and simply clean and maintain the brake pads to ensure they work properly! Never use oil or lubricants, as these ingredients will be absorbed by the brake pads, resulting in reduced brake performance and increased driving hazards!

If you find that the brake pads are worn to the safety line, replace them in time!

Why is there a sound when braking?

The following three situations are the most common: 1. When the brake pads are newly replaced, especially those with metal components, the sound is louder; 2. When the brake pads are used up, the pads and discs start to rub together to produce a sound, which must be replaced with new pads to avoid damage to the discs; 3. When foreign objects enter the brake pads and cause a sound, such as sand, stones and dust, you can use brake cleaner to remove the sound. You can use brake cleaner to remove the sound.

Is there a break-in period after getting new brake pads?

Yes, there is. But it does not mean that there is no braking power during the break-in period, but the braking power can reach 100% after the break-in period. After the break-in period, the brake pads will have better braking power.

Is it normal for the tires to become hard to spin after getting new brake pads?

No, it is not normal. After replacing new brake pads, if the tires do not turn by hand or become difficult to turn, it means the brake pads have chewed up the disc, the solution can be solved by cleaning the caliper piston and pushing it to the bottom and reloading the brake pads!

Motorcycle brake pad replacement cycle
The replacement cycle of motorcycle brake pads often depends on the vehicle's operation, the type of vehicle, the weight of the vehicle, the type of brake pads and other specific circumstances. For example, the actual
For example, in real life, one brake pad can last for 50,000 or 60,000 hours on a particular vehicle. 50,000 or 60,000km on one car, while on another car it may only last 25,000km before it has to be replaced.
The brake pads must be replaced.
The frequency of stopping and going on the road is an important factor. Generally speaking, the brake pad replacement cycle for motorcycles driven on city roads is significantly shorter than that for vehicles driven on highways.
In general, the brake pad replacement cycle for motorcycles that are driven on city roads for a long time is significantly shorter than that for vehicles that are driven on highways, those that are driven on mountain roads are shorter than those that are driven on flat roads, and the replacement cycle for lorries is shorter than that for light vehicles. Therefore, there is actually no
"There is only one thing you can be sure of: check the wear and tear of your brake pads frequently.

When to replace brake pads
Usually, brake pads must be replaced in the following cases.
1. When the thickness of the brake pads is less than the minimum maintenance standard allowed by the vehicle manufacturer.
2. When the brake pads. When the wear indicator on the brake pad is in contact with the brake disc.
3. When the brake pads are contaminated with oil or grease.
4. When the brake pads are abnormally worn or cone-shaped.
Motorcycle brake pad replacement principle
When replacing brake pads, it is better to use high performance brake pads, although their price is higher than economical brake pads, their material is much better and their service life is longer.
Of course, safety is also much stronger.
When replacing brake pads, you should use the same material as the old brake pads as much as possible, but it would be better if the new brake pad material is higher than the original one.
Of course, if the new brake pads are made of a higher grade of material than the original, it is even better. When replacing brake pads of different materials, only follow the following two principles to ensure their safety.
1. Try not to use NAO material to replace semi-metallic brake pads.
2. NAO material can replace asbestos brake pads.

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