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Rear Brakepads for the 919?

any difference in the brand/costs? best place buy pads for the 919 (2004) ?

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post #2 of 23 Old 03-27-2012, 03:27 PM
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any difference in the brand/costs? best place buy pads for the 919 (2004) ?
Not sure on the place, but most agree to stick with OEM. Best braking power. Not that that matters much in the rear.

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I bought these and they have been pretty good for the past 14K miles. Hardly seem worn at all.

2002-2007 Honda 919 CB 900 F Brakes Sintered Pads HH CB900F Front+Rear | eBay

I agree OEM are really good, they lasted 31K miles, but the above are about 1/3 of the price.

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lets just say you get what you pay for.

OEM nissin pads are AMAZING in all conditions... stick with them.

For great prices hit up partspitstop.com .... get your order setup online THEN CALL them so they give you proper shipping (cheaper).

On partspitstop.com right now..

Front OEM pads = 28.08
Rear OEM pads = 28.08 as well..

so your looking at 84.24 + ~13bucks for shipping ... for top quality OEM pads...

So do yourself a favor.... spend the extra 50 bucks and get some good pads... i mean cmon how often you replace em... i might be the cheapest guy around... but there are places where you just dont skimp... breaking equipment is one of em.

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Before I joined here, I couldn't even spell breaks, so give me a brake.

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Before I joined here, I couldn't even spell breaks, so give me a brake.
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Geez, Mike, I've heard reports of guys who "out broke" themselves for corners - was that you?

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Geez, Mike, I've heard reports of guys who "out broke" themselves for corners - was that you?
I would think someone of your caliper would know batter.

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I would think someone of your caliper would know batter.
Better butter your batter. Wouldn't want it slipping .

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Time for an end to this disk-cussion - it lacks fluidity. You guys are just padding it out way too long. Wear at the end of the line. You have bled the topic dry. I'm very di-sinter-pointed. You're just compounding errors here. I can't expand any more. That's a full stop.

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Time for an end to this disk-cussion - it lacks fluidity. You guys are just padding it out way too long. Wear at the end of the line. You have bled the topic dry. I'm very di-sinter-pointed. You're just compounding errors here. I can't expand any more. That's a full stop.

Fork that! Who died and made you master cylinder?

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o man this thread has gotten awesome!

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Man, my eyes are just glazing over! What makes you think you've got extra leverage?

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I've burnished you with all the information but still keep wanting to runout this conversation. I have tried asbestos I can, but you're piston me off.

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I've burnished you with all the information but still keep wanting to runout this conversation. I have tried asbestos I can, but you're piston me off.
haha, that was a good one!

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I've burnished you with all the information but still keep wanting to runout this conversation. I have tried asbestos I can, but you're piston me off.
Shut your pipe. I need a baffle for my ears, you're so loud. I can Harley hear over your popping.

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I've burnished you with all the information but still keep wanting to runout this conversation. I have tried asbestos I can, but you're piston me off.
Right, I'm piston you off so suddenly I'm a slave to your ambitions? Total nose-dive, dude, you're nissin the point....

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...Not that that matters much in the rear.
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Right, I'm piston you off so suddenly I'm a slave to your ambitions? Total nose-dive, dude, you're nissin the point....
You're gonna slip a disc if you keep beating that drum, but whatever turns your rotor.... I know ABS artist when I see one.

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And you're not tired of pedalling this same-old same-old? This just about sets the seal on it....

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And you're not tired of pedalling this same-old same-old? This just about sets the seal on it....
You're like a blonde brembo who needs to run-out and change her pads. I judder at the thought of you squealing about your breaks.

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The line you're taking doesn't make you look so shiny and stainless...maybe it's time for a mono bloc on your comments.

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Fine braid of humour you're weaving here, couldn't get a shim between ya. Think we should let the dust settle as the whole thread is now well & truly warped! But giggles are pulsing through me ha ha too funny this

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Yeah, no need for folks to get Bendix out of shape - I've been worried that the whole thing might turn into a bit of a Bosch-up.

So maybe you're right, it might time for it to fade....

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