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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 07-14-2014, 02:13 PM Thread Starter
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D2Moto pads any updates?

Seems like a fair amount of folks were going to give them a go.... (myself included)

I put them on the front and I have about 4k miles on them now... I cant say I notice any difference.... either in stopping power or brake dust.

I'm getting ready to do the backs and I think Im going to give them a shot on back as well...

Anyone else have feedback?

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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old 07-14-2014, 03:33 PM
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I haven't had any problems with the D2moto pads I put on.


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I bought the set of 3 but only put the fronts on because I did the rear about 5k miles prior. I will put them on the rear when it needs them but I too can't really tell a difference with braking other than the fact I saved a shit ton of money using the D2Moto pads. I have about 4k miles and no complaints so far

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I'm subscribing to this thread so I can link to it when I get sh1t for suggesting pads dont have to be expensive.

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I'm subscribing to this thread so I can link to it when I get sh1t for suggesting pads dont have to be expensive.
Believe me, I was very skeptical about using them. I figured what the hell, it's under $40 for all 3 sets so I bought them. As it stands right now with about 4k miles on the fronts and no issues or concerns yet, I'll be using them again

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was looking at Lyndall pads - mainly cause they claim little or no dust - how do these work as far as producing dust - some feedback please - thanks
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was looking at Lyndall pads - mainly cause they claim little or no dust - how do these work as far as producing dust - some feedback please - thanks
I have not seen any noticeable increase in dust. I think they are LESS dusty than OEMs.

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I have not seen any noticeable increase in dust. I think they are LESS dusty than OEMs.

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+1. In stopping they're the same. Dust seems to be alittle better and I haven't heard any squealing or anything yet. For the price they're definitely gonna be used again on my bike

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I've had them on my 011 RG for about 4k miles now. they stop fine. I'm not getting much dust, but they do squeel at low speed when coming to a stop. I did read to put some black high temp RTV or anti sieze on back of the pads prior to install to eliminate the squeeling. But I thought I would take my chances. I think for the money, they are good to go. Wear appears to be normal.
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