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I've been looking online for ECB HH pads for the front.
I've seen 2 part numbers - FA142HH and FA196HH.
Anybody know which is correct?

TIA
 

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Dennis-- what part of Houston are you from? Do you ever go up to Ming's on Thursdays? Drop a line if you ever need someone to ride with.

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On 2007-02-13 14:14, Hous-Ton wrote:
Dennis-- what part of Houston are you from? Do you ever go up to Ming's on Thursdays? Drop a line if you ever need someone to ride with.

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I know what you're talking about but never been. Wouldn't mind going once the temps warm up a bit again. I'm in Spring Branch and I work in Montrose near the River Oaks Theater.
 

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That's different...why 2 different number pads? The EBC site shows FA142HH?

Also, what about rotor...Galfer lists wave rotor at DF022
EBC lists more than one?

MD629LS
MD529LS

Thrux brake rotor looks like:
320mm, 5mm thick, 6 bolt pattern.

Which rotor is preferred...OEM, Galfer Wave, or EBC and if EBC which (PN#?) flavor?

...and how much better is performance over stock rotor with EBC pad?
 

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On 2007-02-13 12:08, bronsonj wrote:
I've been looking online for ECB HH pads for the front.
I've seen 2 part numbers - FA142HH and FA196HH.
Anybody know which is correct?

TIA
FA 142 HH are the right part no. for the Thruxton in the UK EBC catalog.

FA 196 HH are the part no. for the Bonneville but fit the Thruxton

FA 142 HH pads are 9mm thick each and FA 196 HH are 9.8mm thick
FA 226 HH are 9mm thick but also come in carbon pads for racing, GFA 226 HH

Have used all these pads on the Thruxton, except the carbon jobbies.

Cheers .....................agro

[ This message was edited by: agro on 2007-02-15 04:36 ]
 
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