Stopping Power In All Conitions
The Shimano H03C Metal Disc Brake Pads with Fins are replacement pads for Saint or Zee disc brake systems. With its metallic pad compound, the H03C digs in in the dry or wet, and lasts longer and wears more evenly than their organic counterparts. Additionally, with Shimano's ICE Technology at work, the aluminum radiator cooling fins futher increase the life of the pad, while reducing brake fade by rapid cooling.
- Replacement brake pads for Saint M820, Zee M640, XT 4-piston
- Each set of H03C brake pads includes two pads, enough for one wheel
- Metallic brake pad provides strong action at higher speeds
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Works with Juin-Tech hybrid brakes
by Dharma Dog
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
I prefer metal disc brake pads to organic, since I live in the Pacific Northwest, where it rains a lot, and organic pads don't last long in this environment. My favorite disc brake is the Juin-Tech cable-actuated sealed hydraulic caliper, which combines the power of hydraulic braking with the universality of a cable. I took a chance and bought the cheaper organic version of these pads just to see if they would fit into the Juin-Tech caliper, and they do, so I bought the metal version of the same pads. I'm not sure if the fins actually cool anything, but they really make the caliper look sexy! And because I've had metal pads last over 10,000 km (as long as you don't use them in rain too often), it helps make them cost effective!
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