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Brake pads


Lucas motorcycle brake pads

Brake pads are made of a mixture of different substances.
Organic brake pads are mainly composed of carbon compounds.
Sintered metal brake linings are sintered from metallic components under high pressure, sintered.
Which brake pad mixture optimally works for the friction pairing (which determines the interaction between brake pad and brake disc) and on the respective motorcycle works best depends on the brake disc but also on the ABS tuning.

The brake pads are manufactured in asbestos and heavy metal free as well as in more than 10 different mixtures.
Lucas is one of the leading brands in Germany.
Trade magazines tested TRW-Lucas disc brake pads and these were judged to be excellent.

Various brake pads

TRW-Lucas brake pads are available for their motorcycle model.
Our model assignment is designed for vehicles from 1970 up to the new motorcycle models.

Coverings with proven friction materials for road machines with ABE are offered. For the racetrack, there are also special racing pads without ABE.

Brake pads with ABE have excellent general properties as well as high durability and good dry and wet braking performance.

With our Lucas brake pad range, the right brake pad is available for almost every application (road or race track) and for many motorcycles.

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Advantages of Lucas brake pads:
• Top price / performance ratio
• Low break-in time
• Best braking performance
• ABE by KBA no. on the carrier plate
• Long durability even with organic material
• Very good dry and wet braking behavior
• Lower heating of the hydraulics through ceramic shielding
• Organic coverings with good disc compatibility - also with cast discs
• Brake pads for many types of motorcycle

Observe safety instructions on the packaging.

Retract brake pads for the first few kilometers to avoid glazing of the pads.
The pads slowly slow down the first few kilometers and, if possible, do no hard braking.