The Ashima disc pad range covers all major brands of disc brakes. All pads are supplied with the appropriate springs and pins.
Sintered pads do not perform as well as Organic in the cold, and by its very nature (more than 60% metal) it generates and conducts a great deal of heat to the brake fluid. This heat build up can cause expansion of the brake fluid leading to brake-drag (this is known as "pump-up"). In extreme cases, the fluid can vapourise resulting in a total loss of brakes.
This is where all those hours of R&D really paid off, as it enabled us to understand that the best solution would be a brake pad made up of more than one compound... SOS (Sintered, Organic, Sintered). The low metallic Organic compound is located in the middle of the pad, resulting in less heat being transferred to the brake piston. In fact, the heat transfer rate is 3x less than a fully sintered pad, but yet its braking performance is on a par.
What's more, the cold temperature performance is that of an organic pad. Hence, SOS is truly a universal high performance pad that excels in all enviroments for all riding styles.
Please cross ref our chart below with the options available for full pad details regarding what brake pad you require for the system you are running.
|Ashima Disc Brake Pad User Guide|
|SOS Multi-Compound Disc Brake Pads|
|Custom Size No.||Brake System and/or Year||Image of Pad|
|701||Avid Juicy Hydraulic, BB7 Mechanical|
|402||Formula B4 Hydraulic 2 piston|
|503||Hayes EL Camino Hydraulic|
|501||Hayes HFX-MAG, HFX-9 HYD, MX-1|
|206||Magura Louise 2007|
|205||Magura Marta, Marta SL|
|102||Shimano Deore M515, Nexave, Acera, Tektro, RST|
|103||Shimano Deore BR-M555, Nexave C910 Hydraulic|
|101||Shimano Deore XT BR-M755, SRAM, Hope Mono M4|
|104||Shimano XTR/XT/LX/Hone, Deore|
Balance Bikes are kids bikes without pedals. They are an ideal way for young children to learn to ride, learing to balance and control the bike before progressing to pedals, without ever needing stabilisers. They are perfect if you have some gentle flat and downhill stretches to help them enjoy coasting along. Young children often find hand brakes difficult to use, and are better at stopping with their feet, so set the saddle to a comfortable height to allow them to put both feet down. As they are very simple these bikes are supplied in retail boxes, normally with a small amount of self-assembly required.
In just 3 years Ashima has literally grown from an idea to a company capable of manufacturing over a million brake pads a month, with a portfolio that caters for all your braking needs.
The Ashima brand has already established World wide distribution and is recognized as the market leader in both the USA and Europe. Behind the scenes Ashima has actively aided in the development of braking components for many famous aftermarket and OEM brands around the Globe, to whom they now supply.
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