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pads - nissin 6 pots - aftermarket?

what options are there for brake pads in the aftermarket area for the stock MV 6-pot Nissin calipers?

i've seen these:
EBC
Ferodo
Braking Systems

are there others? (i'd really like to try something from SBS)

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I just recently purchases the Ferodo HH Pads alex.. It was hard finding HH sintered pads for the MV...

I havent installed it yet thou.. Iam really looking at getting a brembo master cylinder at the same time.. does anyone here know of a good place to get a brembo MC for the MV yeah you know me.. (couldnt resist)
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FWIW, I double-checked my lever travel when I got home, and it does have that mushy initial pull, but it tightens up in about half the travel yours does. Then again, I've been babying it down the straights [not much braking] because I'm not use to the power/speed yet, and I don't want to go in too hot.
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I use the Ferodo CP911 pads. Mucho Better than stock.
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Carbone Lorraine SBK3 pads
good on street and track...never had any issues with fade on hard track riding.
http://www.spieglerusa.com/cfm/pads.cfm
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I havent installed it yet thou.. Iam really looking at getting a brembo master cylinder at the same time.. does anyone here know of a good place to get a brembo MC for the MV yeah you know me.. (couldnt resist)
try yoyodyne
http://www.yoyodyneti.com/Category.aspx?CategoryID=2731

the billet MC is the shiznit, but if i do it, i'll probably just get the cast one.
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I always go with Lucas SRQ. Racing pads with tremendous effect.

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you should either accelerate or brake - never you should coast
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