Magura Brake Pads Brake Pad

DESCRIPTION

Replacement brake pads for Magura hydraulic disc brake systems. Various applications, as listed.Type 6.1 and 6.2 fitThe following models: Marta 09-Current Louise 07-Current Julie 09-Current All kits includes pads for 1 brake, order 2 if you need enough for one whole bike. Select "Endurance" compound for longest pad life, "Performance" for strongest braking power.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 18, 2007]
Calvin Delamere
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
Strength:

pad life.

Weakness:

there are hs33 pads with MUCH better grip.

i have ridden on red, black, and gray. all suck for lock, red is the best of those. there is a reason i got all these pads for free, cause they suck, especially the gray. but why would you buy these pads when you can buy pads that give you a lot more power for the same price or even for cheaper...

Similar Products Used:

Plazmatic CRM, echo red.

[Feb 24, 2002]
Luke
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

many types like Red koolstop for trails and greenfrog for ceramic coated rims. Powerful and cool.

Weakness:

none really that i can think of.

Hey mona no offence to the girls but you suck and it was probably your fault hahah you feel of your boy freinds bike hahahha LOSER! Theese brakes have so many types they are kick ass and that is the bottom line!

Similar Products Used:

3 types of magura brake pads greenfrog. black and trail red koolstops

[Sep 25, 2000]
Martin Somerfield

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

All the pads have different strengths but overall there damn grippy!!

Weakness:

The wet, all the pads bur the grey ones just don't work i the wet. I'm talking about trials riding so locking up is important and thats what they don't do!!

The pads are great in the dry conditions but I don't trust them i the wet, if you get the pad thats specific for your rim then you can't go wrong!!!!!

Similar Products Used:

Shimano XTR V's, Hayes discs, Hope discs.

[Jun 11, 2000]
bladteth
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

+ killer in dry conditions
+ lifespan (2 years)

Weakness:

- a bit pricey (black for $15, Koolstops $20 for 2 pairs)
- loose grip in seriously wet conditions (with my Vuelta Eagle rims)

My black pads are almost worn out after 2 years of rather heavy use and I will replace them with new in couple of days. Magura pads last a bit longer than these in v-brakes partly because of thicker rubber in them. They grip the rim tightly in most conditions except when used in heavy rain or wet (I mean WET) terrain, but it may be caused by Vuelta rims sidewalls and worn pads as well. Price is a bit high, yet comparable with good v-brake pads.

[Feb 18, 2000]
Barnaby Taylor
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Excellent stopping power with fantastic breaking control during heavy breaking on variable and low traction surfaces. Very little brake fade in wet and muddy conditions.

Weakness:

In more extreme cross country with big climbs and steep decents such as in Mid Wales I've worn a set of pads out in 4 days but that is unusual Normal weekend riding will see them last for 6 months.

Fantastic for XC and mild to medium downhill. They burn out to fast once you start getting into serious downhill breaking.

Similar Products Used:

Standard Shimano Cable brakes.

[Nov 18, 1999]
danK
Cross-Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

price
ease of installation
modulation

Weakness:

none

I had the black pads come with my hs33's but a friend slapped on some red ones.
I like them better. He said he got front and rear pads for $14 from Nashbar.
They still modulate like crazy yet I felt they offered a touch more power (???).
I had the black pads for about a year or more and they are still going strong.
I liked how easily the pad change was.

Similar Products Used:

everything

[Sep 08, 1999]
Aaron
Cross-Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

Great stopping power.

Weakness:

Price and wear

These brakes are very good, but their pads are not cheap ($25 is the usual that I've seen lately thru mail order and down here they cost $40).
A piece of advice: Do not use the green pads on ceramic rims (217s) for more than a short time. I burned thru a set in, no BS, one week. My pads were so far gone at the end that I actually endoed because the lever throw was too long for me.
I'm currently using red pads and may go to grey as per previous recommendations.
Overall, pretty happy. Great stopping power and good modulation.

[Mar 21, 1999]
Jon
Cross-Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

Long lasting
no grit pickup-red pads
easy to change
inexpensive

Weakness:

none

Excellent pads, but you need Magura's to appreciate them. The red compound is probably the best for all-around use, the greens are just a little bit better for wet conditions, but will pick up grit.

Similar Products Used:

kool stop Eagle Claw 2
shimano stock XT

[Dec 21, 1998]
Niao Ren

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING

This brake shoe certainly give you good performance in all weather and it is not too expensive to bye. So it is very worth to give it a try next time.

[Oct 11, 1998]
Sherman
weekend warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING

I have two sets of maguras and have the reds on one and the greys on the other at least I think they are grey they could be black. Anyways you can definately feel the difference. The reds are awesome for locking up the wheel while the greys are not that great. But in general they last long and are easy to change. I suggest getting the reds cause they are the best all around pad. The price is almost as much as a set of v pads maybe more but well worth it since they last so much longer.

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