MD6097D Rear Brake Disc EBC Honda XL V Transalp XLV XRV Africa Twin 650. This product sheet has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. REAR BRAKE DISC EBC FOR THE FOLLOWING MODELS.Honda XL V Transalp - 600 cc - Years: 1991 - 1999 Rear. Honda XLV Transalp - 650 cc - Years: 2000 - 2007 Rear. Honda XRV Africa Twin - 650 cc - Years: 1988 - 1989 Rear. We sell high-quality EBC brake pads and discs for cars, trucks, and motorcycles... Fully made in the UK.
EBC Brakes manufactures the widest range of disc brake pads in the world. EBC Brakes is part of the Freeman Automotive Group, based in Northampton, UK.Since its establishment in 1978 as a small business importing and distributing products with just one van, the company has grown into a multinational group employing over 400 people, with manufacturing facilities in three countries and sales worldwide for over £100 million per year. The product range includes discs and pads for motorcycles, off-road vehicles (ATVs or Quads), mountain bikes, pedal karts (or gear shift karts), and cars. The group also owns 100% of EFI (European Friction Industries Ltd) in Bristol, UK, Europe's number one independent manufacturer of disc brake pads. EFI has 50 years of experience in manufacturing brakes for heavy vehicles, such as commercial vehicles (trucks and trailers), earthmoving equipment such as bulldozers and dump trucks, or railway applications. Its products are the preferred choice of many railway networks, including Docklands Railway and the Tyne Tees underground network, and are specified by American original equipment manufacturer Tectran. The company is also a subsidiary of AFT (American Friction Technologies), arguably one of the world's top manufacturers of sintered metal brakes. The group is currently owned by founder and now CEO, Andy Freeman, a staunch supporter of "Made in England." The motto of EBC Brakes and EFI is NOT to import braking products from third world countries, but to produce as many components as possible in our own factories.
We take pride in our products and the teams serving our customers, and we intend to continue developing our ideas based on British and American manufacturing of high-quality products for the most discerning and demanding customers. The company is also a subsidiary of AFT (American Friction Technologies), arguably one of the world's top manufacturers of brakes.