CL Brake Pads for Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer (2016 Onwards) CL Brake Pads for Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer (2016 Onwards) ADV Sports CL Brake Pads for Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer (2016 Onwards) CL Brakes Manufactures only Sintered Brake Pads. It has a Patented No Nickel Technology.   Sintered metal brake pads are made based on powders. The friction product contains at least ten ingredients (Bronze, ceramics, graphite). Each of these ingredients makes the friction mixture, which is then compressed in a device that will give it its final shape. The obtained item is then positioned on its metal support and then heated in a 900+°C oven. It’s the sintering process: a constituent of the product melts, consolidates the material and makes it fuse with its support. The brake pad is then rectified, checked and packed.  

CL Brake Pads for Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer (2016 Onwards)

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CL Brake Pads for Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer (2016 Onwards)

CL Brakes Manufactures only Sintered Brake Pads. It has a Patented No Nickel Technology.

 

Sintered metal brake pads are made based on powders. The friction product contains at least ten ingredients (Bronze, ceramics, graphite). Each of these ingredients makes the friction mixture, which is then compressed in a device that will give it its final shape. The obtained item is then positioned on its metal support and then heated in a 900+°C oven. It’s the sintering process: a constituent of the product melts, consolidates the material and makes it fuse with its support. The brake pad is then rectified, checked and packed.

 

CL Brake Pads for Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer (2016 Onwards)

CL Brakes Manufactures only Sintered Brake Pads. It has a Patented No Nickel Technology.

 

Sintered metal brake pads are made based on powders. The friction product contains at least ten ingredients (Bronze, ceramics, graphite). Each of these ingredients makes the friction mixture, which is then compressed in a device that will give it its final shape. The obtained item is then positioned on its metal support and then heated in a 900+°C oven. It’s the sintering process: a constituent of the product melts, consolidates the material and makes it fuse with its support. The brake pad is then rectified, checked and packed.

 

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