Lyndall Motorcycle Brake Pads

Lyndall Brake pads are high-quality, performance-oriented brake pads specifically designed for Victory and Indian motorcycles. These pads are meticulously engineered using advanced materials and construction techniques. This helps to deliver superior stopping power, durability, and consistent performance in various riding conditions. Lyndall Brake pads are known for their exceptional heat resistance, fade resistance, and minimal brake dust production, making them an ideal choice for riders looking for reliable braking performance on their Victory or Indian motorcycles. With a commitment to quality and performance, Lyndall Brake pads are a trusted choice for riders who demand the best from their braking system.

The three types of Lyndall brake pads are:


This is a great pad for putting on a stock Harley. Utilizing a specially formulated aramid compound, this tried and true brake pad will deliver 5% more stopping power than stock pads with  Zero dust or noise. 30% cooler and 50% lighter than sintered pads. Note: If you want to protect the black finish on your Lyndall rotor, you must use our Z plus brake pads. (These also work great with polished rotors) 


Our next step up in performance is the Gold+. This is a harder pad than the Z+ with 20% more stopping power than a stock pad and is half the weight. Runs cooler, with little to no noise or dust. Our Gold Plus compound has the highest customer satisfaction and will provide a noticeable increase in stopping power. This compound works great with stock rotors. 


Introducing the Xtreme series, 30% more stopping power than stock sintered pads. Made in America with the latest aramid friction material. Moderate dust. The Xtreme series from Lyndall is the most advanced brake that we’ve ever produced. The Lyndall Xtreme series boasts the highest friction rating yet: HH. This means these brakes will give you a .6 coefficient from ambient to first fade and a .6 coefficient from first recovery to second fade. This compound is very aggressive. 

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