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Shimano H01A Resin Disc Brake Pad

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    Brake renewal.

    Reboot your braking power with a new set of Shimano Saint/Zee (H01A) Resin Disc Brake Pads, which boast aluminum cooling fins and durable resin for reliable braking even when the race is heating up. Each pad set includes two pads, a retraction spring, and a cotter pin for installation on one brake caliper.

    • Each package includes 2 brake pads
    • Item #SHI007T

    Tech Specs

    Material
    resin
    Compatibility
    Saint M820, Zee M640, XT 4-piston
    Recommended Use
    maintenance
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Let's go! Wait, lets stop!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    If you like stopped, then look no further. Not only do these stop you, but they also work well to slow you down as well. Quiet, dust free, worry free. Why are you still reading? Buy these already!

    Goodbye cinder block.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    For millennia human beings have relied on friction to counteract forward velocity and provide negative acceleration.

    In the beginning, Australopithecus began using large, round boulders to slow their bicycles while rolling down large hills while hunting mammoths. Soon after, their descendants, Homo Habilis discovered that square rocks had improved surface area and hence did a better job at slowing the bicycle.

    Eventually, with the evolution of Homo Sapiens, and then the Industrial Revolution, the evolution of stopping devices progressed to more modern methods and incorporated modern manufacturing methods. Hence the invention and use of the cinder-block secured by a 3/8" galvanized steel chain fastened to the seat stays.

    In the last few decades however, with the advancements in quantum computing and nano-technology. Shimano introduced a game-changer. The H01A resin pads with integrated Ice-Tech cooling fins. These worked great in the TRP Slate T-4 brakes and provided great stopping power and modulation.

    my go to pads

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    more quite, with more modulation than metallic version but not the longevity.
    I prefer using resin pads! Just make sure you don't get any oil or grease on them or they are toast....

    Silent stoppers

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    They're quiet (even more so than the metallic), stop extremely well, and work great in every condition I've had them in. Cheaper than metallic as well but wear out much much quicker.

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Bedding in new pads when they are installed is a critical step. The process transfers a small amount of pad material to the rotor and preps the pad surface for real-world braking. Don’t skip this step.

    Pros
    -Quieter
    -Shorter break-in period
    -More initial bite
    -Prevent heat buildup
    -Pushes heat back into the rotor

    Cons
    -Wear quicker
    -Not as good in wet/muddy conditions