I have got quite some Superstar products and love them but these grips are nowhere as good as the original silicone grips from the wellknown American brand.
One grip got damaged on the inside from the edge of my bars which aren't sharp at all causing the grip to wrinkle and the other one was torn in two when I tried to remove because of the wrinkled one.
I did use plenty of windex to install jus
Brilliant pads. I have them in 3 of my bikes. In saint and slx calipers. I swear by the sintered. Noise... who cares, not that I noticed. Used these in the alps, best pads I have used. Last well, consistent in the wet. Better than shimano originals and pricey aftermarket goodridge! The sintered pads probably cause the rotor to wear a bit faster, I had one go a bit thin, but so is life! the stoppin
I have bought a few superstar adapters over time, all have served me well and done as they say, relatively light and great value. One of the adapters I have is type 8 203mm pm-pm, recently I bought a hope tech 3 E4 brake for the front, although the tech 3 lever obviously made no difference to the adapter, the Hope E4 caliper was a very close fit, so close that the outside pad caught on the adapter
These pads have some great stopping power and seem to last forever, just bought some new brakes and I'll be ordering some of these pads up soon to fit new brakes, not even ridden the standard pads on it yet. Great value for money too.
Bought about a year or so ago, added a bit more bite to my brakes which was great, only issue i had was the brake fluid managed to get between the inner and outer linings, darkening the red colour in the hoses, looked great, but never great to have brake fluid where it shouldn't be.
These fittings certainly look the part, but they're very easy to round off, although that's to be expected from aluminium. Unfortunately for me that meant re using the old ones on some of the fittings.