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ShimanoH03C Metallic Disc Brake Pad

Sale 10% OffCurrent price:$43.99 Original price:$49.00

Item # SHI007U

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Item # SHI007U

H03C Metallic Disc Brake Pad

Refresh your braking power with a new set of Shimano Saint/Zee (H03C) Metallic Disc Brake Pads, which feature aluminum cooling fins and a metal compound that provides reliable braking across wet and dry weather conditions. Each pad set includes two pads, a retraction spring, and a cotter pin for installation on one brake caliper.

  • Replacement brake pads for Saint M820, Zee M640, XT 4-piston
  • Metallic pad material offers strong action at high speeds
  • Each package has two pads for one caliper
  • Includes two pads, a retraction spring, and a cotter pin for securing

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Tech Specs
Materialmetallic compound
CompatibilitySaint M820, Zee M640, XT 4-piston
Recommended Usemountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

Metallic, One Size

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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>Rating: 5

Oh, Yeah. That's how Pad should perform!

I've used it several times
True to size

Wasn't quite sure which pads to get, but, the Gearhead recommended these, and they fit and perform beautifully! REALLY pleased.


Will these pads fit the Shimano BR-R8070 disc brakes? If not what is the proper pad?


Having an issue with the new pads glazing over in the front. No issues with the rear and braking power is fantastic. I have sanded and cleaned both pads and rotors with no luck. After cleaning I bed them each time using my typical method - roll to a stop 10 times letting the brakes cool on each pass. Any suggestions?

Hey Alan, If you are doing all of those thing, it may be best to try a new rotor, sometimes rotors can be saves, sometimes they are beyond that. If you are interested in some new rotors reach out to me and I can help figure out what you need.

>Rating: 5

Make strong brakes even stronger

I've used it several times

Using the metallic pads in Saint brakes makes them stop even faster.

>Rating: 5

Worth the higher price

I've put it through the wringer

I use these on my shimano Zee brakes on my downhill bike and they are great. They are pretty quiet and grip hard. Installation was easy at home with a pink bike video .

>Rating: 5

Quite Nice

I've put it through the wringer

These are the go-to if you run 4-piston Shimano brakes and appreciate sintered metallic pads. They run cool enough, they last quite a while, and they bite good and hard.

>Rating: 5


I've put it through the wringer

Bedding in new pads when they are installed is a critical step. The process transfers a small amount of pad material to the rotor and preps the pad surface for real-world braking. Don’t skip this step. Pros -fade at a higher temperature than resin pads -better performance in wet conditions -last longer Cons -louder -longer break-in time -not as much initial bite -heat is conducted through the caliper, not the rotor

>Rating: 5


I've put it through the wringer

These pads are super powerful with Shimano Saint brakes and the added fins help keep the brakes cool and silent.

>Rating: 4

Silent stoppers

I've put it through the wringer

They're quiet, stop extremely well, and work great in every condition I've had them in. Only gripe is they are not cheap.