TRW Anti-Squeal Film for Brake Pads
Pack of 4

Review: 3.44 out of 5


Manufacturer details: TRW

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Every second counts when you brake!

TRW Lucas has been manufacturing premium-quality motorbike spare parts since 1976 (ISO 9001, ISO/TS 16949) and is the German market leader for brake discs, brake pads and steel-braided lines. Every time that product tests have been carried out by trade publications over the past 30 years, they have confirmed the excellent quality of these products. They have won test after test. Every second counts when you brake! Don't settle for anything less than quality products from the market leader.



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  • TRW Anti-Squeal Film for Brake Pads
    Pack of 4

    Psst! Can you hear anything? Now? Then listen closely! Really, nothing? That'll be because the TRW Anti-Squeal Film has stopped your motorcycle's brake pads from squealing. Apply the film to the back plate of the brake pads, and you will have peace and quiet at last.

    The film consists of various material layers which absorb brake squeal.

    • Vibration-resistant
    • Temperature-resistant
    • Protects the pistons
    • Better brake feel
    • Contains 4 films
    • Dimensions: 80x40 mm

    Good to know:

    Squealing is caused by activation of the braking system and the resultant vibrations. These vibrations generate sound waves, which are audible within a certain frequency range. Since all unsprung masses influence activation of the system, the frequency shifts due to changes within the system. The factors involved include tyre pressure, the securing of the brake caliper, the condition of the brake disc, and perfect functioning of the hydraulic system. The speed at which the vehicle is travelling when braking begins also has an effect on the frequency range.