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post #1 of 5 Old 01-30-2015, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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Vesrah Brake Pads!

I'm proud to announce that we now carry the full line of Vesrah brake pads and we are stocking RJL pads for most popular models. We've also got RJL and typically SRJL-XX pads in stock for the 2008-2015 ZX-10R. If you aren't familiar with Vesrah - you should give them a try! They are considered by many to be the best race pad on the market. Excellent power and excellent feel combined with minimal rotor and pad wear make them a favorite amongst racers, track day riders and even aggressive street riders. We've got them on all of our bikes, including the SBU ZX-10R and R1 race bikes.

SRJL pads are a #1 choice with pro riders in WSBK, AMA, BSB and even National-level club champions.

Buy SRJL-XX HERE

RJL HERE Note that the price reflects enough pads to change all pads on the front end of the bike. (8 in the case of the 08-15 ZX-10R)

We will also be adding Gen 1-2 pads very shortly.



Here is some information on Vesrah compounds:

The RJL Brake Pad compound is the perfect choice for Aggressive Street Riders, Track Day Riding and Novice Racers.
A harder backing plate than OEM brake pads for more even pressure across the pad.
More initial "bite" giving the brakes a more aggressive feel.
Pad compound is resistant to fade related to heat buildup.
No Bedding in of the pad is required before usage.

The SRJL-XX Brake Pad compound is one of the latest race offerings by Vesrah. These brake pads have similar initial "BITE" as Vesrah's famous RJL compound. Performance in progressive giving strong brake performance with a small increase in lever effort. This is Vesrah's top performing pad for the Pack Leading Club Expert Racer needing that extra edge.
Good initial "bite" that is similar to the traditional Vesrah RJL Pad.
Brake performance is very progressive. Small increase in lever effort translates into a substantial increase in braking force.
Pad compound is resistant to fade related to heat buildup.
No Bedding in of the pad is required before usage.

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Are you going to stock the 2008- ZX14R/ZX6r Vesrah pads?

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The SRJL17 is the highest initial bite correct? If so do you stock or can you order them? I currently use the ZRAC pads from Ferodo, but would be interested in trying a set of Vesrah just to know what they offer
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Yes, but as you can see from the view above that friction actually tapers as heat builds. We can get them no problem, but we usually don't stock them. In my opinion, the SRJL-XX is the best Vesrah pad. They're used by top guys all over and of the compounds we tested (Z04, XRAC, ZRAC, RJL, CL60, CL59, etc) they work best on track for overall power and they modulate well.
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