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Old 10-22-2019, 03:51 PM   #11
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Re: '17 SV650A Compatible Brake pads

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A word of caution though, the pads I ordered for the rear do not fit, the support tab opposite the retaining pin is the wrong shape, so be sure to compare yours before you beat your head against a wall wondering why they won't fit.
Concerning EBC FA HH pads, correct part numbers for Tokico 2-piston calipers installed on 3rd gen. SVs are the following:
- EBC FA229HH (front left caliper)
- EBC FA231HH (front right caliper)
- EBC FA496HH (rear caliper)
these are the part numbers I used to order EBC brake pads, and they all fit nicely.
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Old 10-22-2019, 07:48 PM   #12
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Re: '17 SV650A Compatible Brake pads

I just put on Galfer HH front and back. They seem fine, but I wouldn't really know cause' I did the pads, lines and rearsets at the same time. Honestly, I think any name-brand will serve you well. Don't overthink it.

I personally don't think any brake system upgrades will improve the sv that much short of caliper replacement and new masters, but what do I know.
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