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1987-1998 Kawasaki VN1500A Vulcan 88 Kevlar Carbon Front & Rear Brake Pads

1987-1998 Kawasaki VN1500A Vulcan 88 Kevlar Carbon Front & Rear Brake Pads

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  • Volar Motorsport Kevlar Carbon Brake Pads
  • Kevlar brake pads are designed for high performance riding experience
  • Provide excellent stopping power without noise and rotor galling, even on polished rotors
  • Fingertip control and strong, predictable brake response
  • Material: Non-Sintered / Organic
  • Quantity: 4 Brake Pads per package
  • Position: Front and Rear
  • Fitment:
  • 1987-1998 Kawasaki VN1500A A1-A12 Vulcan 88
  • Reviews

    5 Stars
    Follow up
    It seems early to have ordered a new set I know, allow me to elaborate. My master cylinder was sticking for a day or so, so I decided top rebuild it and run fresh brake fluid through the whole rear braking system. I depressed the piston on the caliper to get the old nasty fluid out and didn't think to recheck the alignment of the pads. The next day on the way to work the rear pad fell out and I lost it, this does not at all reflect the quality of the product this is more a lesson to double check your brake alignment anytime you mess with the caliper. I still have the original pads from my first order on the front and went ahead and replace the both rear because one pad was missing. I had probably put about 1500 miles on the pads prior to my mishap and I never had any issues associated with the pads just my other 23 year old parts. Considering the price is literally 10% of oem I am willing to replace them 3-5 times more often. I haven't noticed any additional wear on my rotors yet either. I hope this was helpful!
    Reviewed by:  from Mesa AZ. on 3/28/2015
    5 Stars
    Cant beat the price
    I put these on my 1992 Vulcan 88/1500 with 38,xxx miles My old pads would lock up my rear tire every time I would brake hard. I have put 150-200 miles on the new pads. Thus far they brake evenly and quietly even during hard braking. I would say it has been comparable to having ABS so far; I have yet to lock up the rear. I will update my review when I order a new set.
    Reviewed by:  from Mesa AZ. on 12/4/2014

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