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Ashima Disc Brake Pad Sos Multi-Compound

  • SOS means sintered - organic - sintered.
  • A best-of-all-worlds disc brake pad for all conditions.
  • TypePriceAvailability 
    Deore 555/Nexave C910Our Price £8.50 RRP £24.99In Stock

    Ashima Disc Brake Pad SOS Multi-Compound

    Sintered pads are harder wearing and work best in high temperatures, but are susceptible to overheating, which can severely compromise braking power. Organic pads work better in the cold. So which disc brake pad to go for? Ashima's inspired answer is SOS: a pad that is sintered - organic - sintered.

    The result is a pad with 3-times less heat transfer, hence 3-times less 'pump up', than a fully sintered pad, and the same cold-conditions performance as an organic pad.

    Ashima

    Ashima make good quality, good value disc brake pads and rotors, available online and in store from Edinburgh Bike Co-op. Free Delivery on orders over £20.

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    TypeBarcode
    Deore 555/Nexave C9104712831650847

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    Our suppliers reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative will do all it can to maintain prices and specifications on this web site, however we do reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Similarly, despite the wonders of modern computers, it is realistic to expect the colour of any item bought to differ subtly from the image online.

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    Q. Will these Deore 555 pads fit my Spyre breaks which I currently use Shimano 515,525 pads. Do these pads have the bite of organic pads but the durability of sintered pads?
    A. These pads are a different shape so won’t fit your brakes.  The organic parts allow high better performance in cold conditions and transfer less heat in to the fluid than sintered pads.  The sintered element increases the lifespan of the pads.  
    Q. The most recent mechanical disk brake pads I bought are a sintered variety exactly like those in the main screen picture, but I don't know which of the listed 'type' this is. The bike website (www.viventebikes.com) recommends BR-M965 metallic pads for Shimano calipers. I have the Shimano calipers, but I would prefer the sintered pads. Can you tell me which type to buy, please?
    A. The pads pictured are the ones for XTR/XT/LX/Hone M535, which is what you would need for your M965 brakes.

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