Magura USA 7.P Disc Brake Pad

Magura USA 7.P Disc Brake Pad
Magura USA 7.P Disc Brake Pad
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7.P Disc Brake Pad by Magura USA
Designed for Magura's twin-piston calipers, the 7. P Disc Brake Pad pairs with trail rear brakes or XC front brakes. It's built with Magura's middle-ground P (Performance) compound, which suspends brass particles in a resin base to strike a balance between the less-responsive, longer-wearing C (Comfort) compound and the big initial bite but shorter lifespan of the R (Race) compound. After all, not all of us can rely on POV social media royalties to keep us in a fresh supply of big-bite pads, but nothing ruins a good lap session like limited stopping power. The 7. P pads strike that balance just right, letting you keep your wallet happy and (hopefully) keep your sled on the trial.

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