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Brake pads for 2009- Daytona?

Hi, Does anyone knows that
"Is '09 Daytona675 uses same brake pads as -'08, or uses the new(unique) shaped one?"

I ride the '09 Daytona675, and it's time to change my brake pads.
But, I've searched and some manufacturers show different answers.

Vesrah shows that '09 uses same pads as -'08,
but SBS and EBC shows that '09 uses new one.
Now then, I really don't know which shape of pads should I order!!

Vesrah's catalogue is here(search VD-443 with Buyer's guide)
http://catalog.vesrah.co.jp/list/street_brake.asp
SBS's release note is here(pdf)
http://www.sbs.dk/multimedia/sbs_868.pdf
EBC's catalogue is here(pdf, see P.131)
http://www.ebcbrakes.com/Assets/EBC2009intlmccat.pdf

Of course, if there are some compatibility with other bikes, I want to know it.

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P.S. for more info...
I'm just want to use ZCOO brake pads from Okada corp. but they releases only for -'08 daytona now.
That's all reason why I want to know '08s brake pads fits or not with '09 calipers.
(As you know, Triumph WSS team uses them!)
http://www.okada-corp.com/en/ex_prod.../brakepad.html

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Hi, Does anyone knows that "Is '09 Daytona675 uses same brake pads as -'08, or uses the new(unique) shaped one?"

I ride the 2009 Daytona675, and it's time to change my brake pads.
But, I've searched and some manufacturers show different answers.

Vesrah shows that '09 uses same pads as -'08,
but SBS and EBC shows that '09 uses new one.

Vesrah's catalogue is here(search VD-443 with Buyer's guide)
http://catalog.vesrah.co.jp/list/street_brake.asp
SBS's release note is here(pdf)
http://www.sbs.dk/multimedia/sbs_868.pdf
EBC's catalogue is here(pdf, see P.131)
http://www.ebcbrakes.com/Assets/EBC2009intlmccat.pdf

Of course, if there are some compatibility with other bikes, I want to know it.
PM MGFChapin. He had a 2006 Daytona 675 and Im pretty sure he's switched out the pads at one point. He then sold his 2006 and got a 2009.

He's the only one I know that has both generation Daytonas and could probably chime in.

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I would assume they are different as the 09 Daytona is the fist year that the nissin monoblock was on the bikes. I could be wrong on that though.

You research seems to agree if the part numbers are different.

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.....says "not for street use" as well.. or it did till i grinded it off with the dremel
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when i swapped out my pads on my '09 with some new ones, i used the ones from sportbike track gear called carbone lorraine, only 65 bux
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>tooblekain
Thanks, I've PMed him a few minutes ago.


>Tripped1
Yeah, That's may what it is.
I've just e-mailed Okada corp. to ask them to research about fittings,
so I'll can answer about this issue.
Problem is, it will take some time for get answer because it's old year out and the New Year in.


>sonny1988
Thanks man, yes, carbon lorraine shows all Daytona675 uses same pads.
Now I'm confused more and more...
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sportbiketrackgear.com, go to triumph pads, there is a drop down menu for 06-08 and another one for 09's


http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com/Detail.bok?no=893
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sportbiketrackgear.com, go to triumph pads, there is a drop down menu for 06-08 and another one for 09's


http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com/Detail.bok?no=893
Ooops!

Thanks again and sorry for my poor English!
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I just ordered a set of the Race Compound ones for my 09'
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Finally I got answer about '09 daytona's brake pads from Okada corp. today.

They tell me that...
-'08 and '09 uses DIFFERENT brake pads.
(so do not buy '08s pads for your '09)
-ZCOO brake pads offering the "ZRM-N008" ceramic sintered brake pads for '09 daytona675 now, and actually they offer them to WSS Triumph Be1 Racing Team.

That's all.
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I just ordered a set of the Race Compound ones for my 09'
I know this is old but I really want to know how well the Carbone Lorraine's held up. I;ve been pretty disappointed with the EBC HH's I've used in the past (they seem to fade VERY quickly over the course of a track day) and I'm hoping the Carbone's are my answer.
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