what would you choose for front pads?
The secret of safe braking has a lot to do with pads:
Brembo Motorcycle Brakepads
SC - Professional Race and Road Front
Sintered compound for race, track-day and road use, with a particularly high friction coefficient when both cold and hot. As this material stays very stable in all temperature conditions and, specifically, has a strong friction coefficient when cold, this race material is also particularly suitable for the highest-performance road use (which most other race pads are not, due to them requiring a warm-up period).
Provides a particularly high coefficient of friction for an excellent initial bite when cold, with superb fade resistance and feel/modulation when hot, meaning they work extremely well in both wet and dry conditions
Special and unique initial swept-surface finish layer, to enable rapid bedding-in; i.e. no laborious disc pre-cleaning required.
SA - High Performance Road Front
A sintered compound intended specifically for front brakes, typified by particularly consistent efficiency and friction under all operating conditions. An ideal and superior alternative to OE pads.
Excellent for all road bikes and sportsbikes
This compound features a good initial coefficient of friction for an instant cold bite, with an excellent and very consistent feel whether cold, warm or fully hot
Works well in both wet and dry conditions
Tested by HPS and recommended for both normalriding and fast road use
SP - All Purpose Rear
A sintered compound intended specifically for rear brakes, stable in all normal operating conditions (between 0.55 Mu/COF cold to 0.56 hot).
Multi-use rear compound for all road bikes and sportsbikes
Has an excellent initial coefficient of friction for immediate braking, with a very consistent feel, at all disc temperatures
brembo sp motorcycle rear pads
RC - Professional Race-only Front
A true racing pad, suitable for any kind of competition on the racetrack. With highest friction coefficient in this range and – more especially – exceptional stability at high temperatures (between cold 0.70 Mu/COF to warm/hot 0.81/79), this compound gives truly constant braking performance lap after lap, from grid to flag, after initial warm-up.