Re: Northeast Trackwhores: 7 month thread v3
They don't stop any better. Just ridiculous bite that upsets the bike and their let off is just as abrupt.
The 19x20 haw more travel and is easier to modulate but the 18 haw more feel and arguably more power with less effort. So it depends what you like out of brakes
then why so popular among racers?
what would you recommend over Versah?
I have always used EBC HH and they were fine for street riding, but it seemed they glazed or w.e. during trackdays. At the end of the day, on the last session or two, I had very bad brake fade to the point I pitted in early. It was getting dangerous how little braking power I had. This was after I just installed speed bleeders, bled the lines, and ran RBF 600. The bike I just bought has new Versahs on it, but have not been able to ride it yet due to weather and its a trackbike. Looking forward to experiencing them first hand.
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