Brake Pads Galfer Performance Brake Pads

Galfer produces many different brake pad compounds for all types of riding styles. With over 60 years of friction material production and research, we have learned that one compound doesn’t always do the trick across the board. So, no matter if you are looking for an OEM type replacement or a high performance race compound, we have you covered!

Semi-Metallic Carbon (1054)

  • Great feel and modulation for OEM replacement
  • Long lasting and very little rotor wear
  • Good in wet and/or dry conditions
  • Overall a very versatile compound for almost every need
  • Touring, Performance street, Motocross, Enduro, Dual Sport
  • GG Rated

HH Sintered (1396 / 1397)

  • For moderately aggressive Off-road and ATV use
  • Advanced ceramic composites ready to withstand higher temperatures than regular semi-metallic carbon brake pads
  • HH friction rated compounds deliver excellent feel and modulation
  • Developed for varying conditions
  • Very aggressive pad with good initial bite and lasting power
  • 1396: Motocorss,Enduro \ 1397: Large ATV and heavy duty quads

HH Sintered (1370 / 1371)

  • For moderately aggressive every day and sport street riding
  • Advanced ceramic composites ready to withstand higher temperatures than regular semi-metallic carbon brake pads
  • HH friction rated compounds deliver excellent feel and modulation
  • Great heat recovery and easy on rotor discs
  • Aggressive street, sport touring riding and heavy bikes
  • 1370: Front Applications \ 1371: Rear Applications

HH Sintered Ceramic (1375)

  • For moderately aggressive every day and sport street riding with ceramic coated backing plate to assist with temperature management and dissipate heat
  • Advanced ceramic composites ready to withstand higher temperatures than regular semi-metallic carbon brake pads
  • HH friction rated compounds deliver excellent feel and modulation
  • Capable of handling almost any type of riding you throw at them
  • Pads do not fade
  • Performance street, track days, canyon riding, amateur racing