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Looking for help on finding a part (Brake pad)

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    Looking for help on finding a part (Brake pad)


    Bike has a Brembo front system with TT 2172 HH pads. Anyone know of what the equivalent pad would be from someone like EBC or similar? I guess some Aprilia's, Ducs and KTMs come with these from the factory? sAnything I enter for a 'find my bike part' on a website won't match since the brakes aren't factory.


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    Re: Looking for help on finding a part (Brake pad)

    Google the 07.7855.10 number, just got a ton of hits.

    Eta couldn't find an ebc part number but 2172 s are all over the webs.

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    Re: Looking for help on finding a part (Brake pad)

    Guessing FA322 or FA604s? What's the bike?

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    Re: Looking for help on finding a part (Brake pad)

    Quote Originally Posted by Kurlon View Post
    Guessing FA322 or FA604s? What's the bike?
    After lots and lots of googling and reading various random forum threads, I think you're right.

    The bike is a DRZ but was modded prior to purchase, which included the Brembo fronts. All the sites had some stock image of motorcycle brakes whenever I looked up the FA322s, but I finally found some actual pictures of the pads and they seem to match the size/shape.

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