Φίλτρο Λαδιού Hyosung Aquila GV650
Φίλτρο Αέρος Hyosung Aquila GV650
Hyosung GV650 Oil Filter
|Hyosung 650 Oil Filter |
Hyosung OEM 16510HN9101HAS
|HIFLO Hyosung Oil Filter GV650 |
GV650 and GT650 use model HIFLO HF681
|Hiflo Oil Filter HF681 Approximate Dimensions|
|Oil Drain Plug Gasket Application|
|Oil Filter O-Ring (Motorcycle Application)|
Hyosung GV650 Air Filter
|Hyosung Air Filter for GV650 GT650 GT250|
|BMC Hyosung Air Filter GV650|
€40- €80Model FM448/10
BMC Air Filters
Hyosung GV650 Brake Pads
|EBC Performance Brake Pads |
Pads Front EBC Standard (GG Type)
Pads Front Kyoto Standard (GG Type)
Pads Rear EBC Sintered (HH Type)
Pads Rear EBC Standard (GG Type)
Pads Rear Kyoto Standard (GG Type)
Brake Pad Frictional Formulation
Brakes work on the crude principle of friction between two surfaces. To give a uniform measure of the frictional characteristics of a Brake Pad the SAE J866A test procedure is used to give a two character code e.g EE FF GG HH.
HH or GG
- HH Pads These have the highest coefficient of Friction and are ideal for High performance motorcycles and race track use. Some modern performance motorcycles specify HH as standard. HH Pads can sometimes prove grabby, scary in the wet and ineffective in every day use when they fail to reach a good operating temperature.
- GG Pads This grade of Pad is a great all rounder and will perform well in most conditions. GG are softer than HH pads and bed in quicker on worn discs.
- Mixing HH and GG Pads Many manufacturer specify HH for the front of performance Motorcycles with GG in the rear. This is because GG pads can give you more feel and control of the back brake. It is not considered safe to use HH in the rear with GG pads in the front.
Obviously Pads are only as good as the condition of the whole braking system. When first used brake pads can sometimes give poor braking as residual moisture from manufacture process works its way out and the pads bed in. It is best to bed in pads with gentle use and very heavy initial use can result in glazing, a condition where the resins in the pad crystalize with resulting poor performance and squeal.