Just got one of these kits to fit mt avid juicy 5 brakes. I have noticed that you will need to use the orignal bolt for the the banjo clamp, if you use the one Superstar supply, you won't be able to bleed your brakes. Not good!!! I think you need to tell your supplier to go back to the drawing board and produce the correct kit Superstar.
Sounds like you're not bedding them in mate. I've been using these for over a year on all my bikes. Loads of big 3,000ft+ descents, loads of time at Innerleithen, etc, riding all through winter. No problems.
Aye they're not quite as good as Hope pads, but for the same price I get 4 sets. Bargain!
This is fantastic for the money, if you take the time to set it up you will get zero rub on the hard plastic and your chain will not come off either!
Top tip, place a 3mm allen key between your chain and the guide for up/down clearance and bolt up tight - use the supplied shims to get the chainline right.
This is a very neat minimalist product that does the job perfectly on my 1x9 hardtail. The one tweak I had to do with it was that since I was using a light bashguard outside the chainring, I separated the two halves of the guide and only installed the inner plate from it as the bashguard was already acting as on outer plate.
The head of the bolt is a little too high for the inner plate to run
Awful. At first i thought they may be contaminated but No! A fresh set and still the same issue. Evertime I ride on first run of the day theyre awful no noise or brake squeal just very little bite. Throughout a ride they gradually get better but still this should not be the case. Obviously cheap for a reason.
Mega dissapointed as al other superstar products have used have been amazing.
It took a bit of time to get it fitted but once on properly it all works great oh and it looks well nice too and despite everyone saying its noisy my dad has an e 13 lg1 chain device and the plasma isn't that much louder than his in fact barely noticeable so in my eyes it's well worth the fifty quid price tag.