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Ready for friction.

Replace your worn XTR Trail Disc Brake Pads with this Shimano Metallic Pad. The metal friction material will be a bit noisier, but you'll enjoy longer life and less fatigue then organic compound pads.

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Recommended Use:
mountain biking

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5 5

Trust your skill, but mostly your brakes

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I recently tried the resin pads on my SB95c w/XT trail brakes. Many online reviews had the resin pads above the metallic pads. Take it from a professional rider, they are not! Once I broke in my resin pads I let loose on them descending 1,200 feet at a time over rocky/loose terrain. I've also used them on cross country rides, moderate short downhill and long smooth downhills that require almost constant breaking. Safe to say they have been through it all?

Critics out there? I have sanded the Resin pads and my rotors twice. So they are properly broken in. I'm also using Ice Tech rotors 203 front, 180 rear.

The resin pads don't handle high heat and fade VERY quickly. They also don't supply a range of brake pressure. They are either off, or mushy on, with much more lever pressure to get the stopping power I needed on some of these descents.

Granted the metallic pads do work better when warm, however it doesn't take long to get heat going on your brakes and notice no issues getting full breaking power from a cold stop.

Metallic pads last longer, provide better braking control, and as I've noticed no difference between the two as far as sound goes...I'll stick with the Metalic Pads. You should too.

5 5

Awesome Pads

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great replacement pads for Shimano 2 piston brakes. Super quiet and long lasting.

Are these compatible with the BR-M785...

Are these compatible with the BR-M785 callipers?

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Hi Ruben,

These brake pads are compatible with teh BR-M785 Calipers. The M785's are compatible with the G01A Resin pads as well as the F03C Metal pads (which these XTR trail pads are). Feel free to chat online with one of our bike experts or give us a call with any questions or concerns that you might have.

5 5

Good Pads

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are my favorite pads, they are easy to install. I don't know whether or not the icetech is all talk or not but it does seem to keep them from getting so noisy. They are pretty long lasting too.

5 5

Great Pads

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use these in my XT brakes and they are great. To be honest I have never used the same exact brakes without the cooling fins so I can't say for a fact, but this set up definitely does well on longer downhills. Super quiet which is a plus, and grabs my ice tech rotors with plenty of grip.

4 5

Great silent pads

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

FYI these work in SLX, XT, as well as XTR brakes. Not sure if the cooling fins are noticeable due to a placebo effect or not but they do seem better than the stock pads that came in my XT brakes as far as keeping brake fade down. I wish they lasted longer but I've said that about ever set of pads I've ever bought for any brakes. They are also the most quiet pads I've ever used. When wet you get the occasional squeal out of them but that's it, they are silent outside of those conditions and bite like a pit bull.