TRP 4-Piston Performance Brake Pads

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Bred on the racetrack, these performance brake pads are compatible with all TRP and Tektro 4-piston brake calipers (replaces the Tektro Q11TS). Available in Resin-Organic and Sintered-Metallic compounds.

Resin-Organic:

  • Shorter Bed-In Process
  • Provides a lighter lever feel
  • Increases power transfer with a snappy initial bite
  • Generally a bit quieter than metallic pads
  • More prone to brake fade on steep trails and heavy, sustained braking

Sintered-Metallic:

  • Made up of hardened metallic ingredients, which are bound together with pressure and heat.
  • Fade at a higher temperature than their resin or semi-metallic counterparts and offer better performance in wet and muddy conditions.
  • Good for heavy/aggressive riders and steep trails
  • Can be a bit noisy
  • Take longer to bed in
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Resin - Organic4717592032567
Sintered - Metallic4717592032574

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