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  • Goodridge Shimano XTR-XT-Saint M800-SLX-LX Pads
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Goodridge Shimano XTR-XT-Saint M800-SLX-LX Pads

Goodridge Pads offer the Ultimate breaking experience.

Features:

  • Organic Pads:
    • Goodridge G-Plus ORGANIC pads use a high density organic ceramic compound, which provides superb all-round performance and life. Designed for regular use in Cross-Country, Trekking and general Off-Road conditions.
  • Sintered Pads:
    • Goodridge G-Star pads are manufactured from a high-performance sintered metallic compound, offering exceptional response, control and durability under extreme conditions.

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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very Confused Very torn about this review. One set of pads on an old rotor performed brilliantly and the same pads (new) on icetech rotors were rubbish. I have pursued the icetechs and as the pads bed in the braking performance is improving but it has taken more than 100 km of off road work. The metal pads last a long time but they are hard on rotors so watch your rotor wear. They seem to have better feel when hot and pushed hard. 08 September 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by These work well, but others do last a bit longer. They just lasted out a week in Les Arcs 09 April 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works well Did the job. Lasted just as long as other pads I've tried. Is a pad a pad? 08 April 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by epiiiiiicccc!! Love these pads got the sinterd ones. ive got the shimano m535's and these pads provide so much better stopping power and a much longer life than the pads originally fitted. they have no squeel in the dry but are deafening in the wet bus still have superb power but that squeel is funny to frighten the hell outa old people so its well worth it. 05 September 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dissapointing I bought these at christmas, unable to get hold of normal XT pads. I have Shimano Deore M535 brakes, and loved the pads orginally fitted. However, these I have had for 2 months and still have a strange "metal on metal" feel, unlike the smooth progression of the shimanos. The power was also low. I managed to wear out half of a pad on one decent, causing the lever to move 50% towards the lever. I had to stop to let the smoke from the pad clear. I am dissapointed with the feel, power and longevity of this product, especially compared to the shimano equivelants. 02 March 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Better than Shimano, and cheaper! I tried the sintered version of these about a year ago because my local bike shop were out of stock of Shimano's version. They are so much better in every way than the Shimano version; the stopping power is better, they don't squeak, and they seem to last much longer (even after riding in The Peaks). And, of course, they're much cheaper. I've never looked back and have used these ever since. 20 February 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Power in all conditions Had these pads for about 6 months now. Still loads left on them (Sintered). Really good power. I know everyone has slated these pads but i have not had any problems at all. Once they bed much more powerful then my original Deore LX pads which lasted about 5 Rides! 26 March 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good and bad. I've a very high opinon of the Shimano Saint brakes. Mine have worked brilliantly since I fitted them. However, I recently had a problem with one piston sticking a bit and this caused the pad to touch the disc. I managed to wear an organic pad down from new to ruined in 20 minutes of riding with it rubbing. I know rubbing brakes are wrong, but I was still surprised by how quickly they wore away. 21 January 2008
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