DH PRO - DP BRAKES Down Hill Sintered Disc Brake Pads for Shimano M965, XTR, SLX
by DP Brakes
Original price $24.95
Current price $16.88
This is a pair of DH-PRO Down Hill high performance sintered metal disc brake pads from DP Brakes. DP Brakes is a world leading manufacturer of sintered motorcycle brake pads and has now introduced their technology to an exciting range of brake pads and rotors for the off road cycle community. DP Brakes has been the first choice for MX, Enduro and Off Road competitors for years and has won more off road titles than any other brake pad manufacturer in the world. For 30 years DP Brakes has been the industry leader in developing brake pad compounds and we guarantee you will find improved performance over your current pad or your money back. DH-PRO Down Hill high performance sintered metal disc brake pads from DP Brakes produce the best all-round performance for downhill racers. This pad is built with stopping power in mind so you can concentrate on the terrain in front of you. Downhill riders need something special from their brakes. DH-PRO pads provide instant fingertip feedback to determine when wheel lock up is about to occur, gives no fade in performance when the brakes get hot and offers the ability to instantly switch direction when you need it most. Heat build-up due to extended downhill braking is greatly reduced by a new micro structure that helps keep brake fluid and caliper seals cool. DETAILS: - Ultra-high performance sintered metal disc brake pads. - Engineered for out-and-out stopping power. - Superb braking feel, hot or cold. - One finger braking. - Resistant to contamination from brake fluid. - Ideal for DH racers wanting ultimate performance. COMPATIBLE WITH: SHIMANO XTR, XT, SLX, LX, Saint, Hone, BR-M975, BR-M966, BR-M965, BR-M800, BRM775, BR-M765, BR-M665, BR-M601, BR-M595, BR-M585, BR-M545, BR-M535, BR-T665, BR-T605, BR-S505, BR-S501, BR-S500 GENERAL INFORMATION: Always check your brakes are working correctly before every ride. New disc brake pads require bedding-in to the rotor before full power is achieved.