FA447HH 102.25 x 42.25 x 7.5mm
RSV4 R 09-10 F
RSV4 Factory 09-10 F
DB7 (1099cc) 09 F
DB8 (1198cc) F
S 1000 RR 10 F
HP2 Sport (K29) 08-10 F
Monobloc M4 Radial Mount (1 pc pad)
1098 07-08 F
1098 S 07-08 F
1098 R 08-09 F
1098 S Tricolore 07 F
Hypermotard 1100 S 07-09 F
Desmosedici RR (D16RR/989cc) 08 F
Streetfighter 1100 (1099cc) 09-10 F
Streetfighter 1100 S (1099cc) 09-10 F
1100 Evo SP Hypermotard 10 F
1198 Superbike 09-10 F
1198 S Superbike 09-10 F
RC8 (1190cc) 08-10 F
RC8 R (1190CC) 09-10 F
F4 (998cc) 10 F
F4 1000 CC 07 F
Brutale 1078 RR 08-09 F
F4RR 1078cc 312 08-09 F
Brutale 1090RR 10 F
Equivalents OE #
07 9882 10
690 13 030 000
34 11 710 743
Competitor X Ref
MATERIAL AVAILABILITY AND PART NO.
FA HH R MXS EPFA
- FA447HH - - EPFA447HH
EBC Organic Brake Pads FA series Kevlar organic pads provide
fingertip stopping power and are the preferred choice for many sportbike riders; having low disc attack characteristics and medium lifetime.
EBC Double-HTM Superbike Pads FA series; with HH suffix; denotes EBC’s American made ultra high friction Double-H
sintered copper alloy brake pads for maximum stopping power and lifetime. Fitted with stainless steel radiator plates for bikes without
built in piston insulators to reduce heat transfer into hydraulics and new double compact vented technology for wider pads; reducing
HH Suffix = High Performance Sintered Pad.
The Extreme Pro is a range targeting the Race market both street and off road but so many bikers have expressed an interest in the product we have extended it to a number of popular sportbikes and cruisers. For this reason we can expect sales to the high end Street market also on this new line.
The pads are a VERY expensive blend of sintered bronze including new age materials such as Tungsten and Moly metal to bring you the grippiest; most fade resistant pad we have ever tested.
We tested 7 other materials in developing Extreme Pro and the graphs opposite show the BEST of those competitors whom we have comfortably beaten with our new blend.
Extreme Pro completely replaces the GFA range which will be now phased out.