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Old 11-23-2012, 03:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking to purchase EBC brake pads for 05 636. But I'm confused on the part numbers as well as what type.

Seeing mixed Part Numbers: FA192HH, FA496HH, etc.
Different EBC brake pads: sintered copper alloy, sintered metal, organic, etc

Can someone provide the part number and the type for which is best for street riding?

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I'm looking to purchase EBC brake pads for 05 636. But I'm confused on the part numbers as well as what type.

Seeing mixed Part Numbers: FA192HH, FA496HH, etc.
Different EBC brake pads: sintered copper alloy, sintered metal, organic, etc

Can someone provide the part number and the type for which is best for street riding?

Thanks!
The standard FA192 are good for street (entry level), depends on what type of riding you plan on doing with it. The FA192HH is only a few bucks more and is a bit more aggressive (grippy you might say). Shoot me a PM if I can assist further.
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what kind of riding do you do? or what kind do you WANT to do?
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what kind of riding do you do? or what kind do you WANT to do?

Just street/highway riding...
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I don't know if this is supposed to be so but when I look for ebc brake pads front and rear, the front is FA369/4HH which is metal and the rear is FA192HH which is copper alloy.... am I suppose to get copper alloy for both?
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Any EBC pad that ends in HH(that isn't an EPFA or GPFA road race pad) will have the same sintered construction.

The two pads you're looking for for a street bike will be HH or Organic. It's up to you to decide which suits you best.

ALL of EBCs HH(sintered) pads are copper alloys
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