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Goldfren Ad Rear Brake Pads Husaberg Fe 650 E 2001 - 2008 on ns1.2040-motos

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FE 650 E 2001 - 2008

The AD sintered compound is optimal for street bikes, dual sport, touring, trial, cruisers. This compound makes for a perfect OE replacement due to its versatility. It is recommended for riders that do not ride really hard, but do want the good stopping power of a sintered brake pad when needed. The wearing rate of this sintered compound is 20% lower than other known sintered or semi-sintered brake pads in the same category.

The AD series is designed for very low abrasive interaction with the rotor and offers quieter braking due to the ceramic composite material.

Friction materials contain metal-ceramic and typical iron; finer additives are added to the base of the iron compound to achieve optimal friction properties.


  • High static friction coefficient
  • Good abrasive resistance
  • Stable stability up to 400c and even up to 700c over a short term
  • Wearing rate by 20% lower comparing with competitive sintered products of it's category for common use
  • Low abrasive interaction with the brake rotor material
  • 3 x longer operational life compared to organic and Kevlar composite materials

Range of application: 

  • Specifically designed for common street riding on scooters, cruisers, street bikes and ATV
  • Suitable for wet or dry conditions
  • Can be used on off-road bikes front brakes for riders that don't ride hard

General characteristics about Goldfren brake pads:

  • All the Goldfren brake pads are made with sintered metal-ceramic and ceramic-carbon friction materials
  • Sintered brake pads offer no brake fade when operating at high temperatures and in wet conditions
  • Sinetered brake pads provide superior stopping power and long life compared to other brake pad types such as: carbon organic, organic or semi metallic organic
  • Sintered brake pads are made by fusing together metallic particles under high temperatures and pressure using a pressed powdered metal technology 
  • Goldfren is the pioneer in sintering, using advanced and progressive powder metallurgy methods
  • Designed for both wet and dry applications
  • Sintered brake pads deliver exceptional braking performance and durability under the most demanding conditions
  • All materials used are lead and asbestos free
  • The sintered friction metal is soldered to the copper lined steel backing plate, hence, separation, (Which can happen with organic pads) is virtually impossible


  • Replacement of brake pads should be done in dry clean conditions and preferably by a professionally qualified person. If the friction metal come in contact with oil or brake fluid and the liquid soaks into the pores of the friction metal, a catastrophic decrease in friction coefficient (braking performance) could occur
  • Please be aware that sintered brake pads require a bed in period after installation. Allow some extra braking distance during the bed in period
  • Braking performance is significantly influenced by the quality of the braking surface of the disc rotor, also the age and quality of the brake fluid, and by the correct choice of complimentary type of brake pad


  • Braking effects are affected by a range of factors
  • The condition and age of the brake fluid, the condition of the brake caliper, the condition and quality of the brake lines, the condition of the brake disc

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