Gunk Engine Degreaser anywhere around your brakes. Yes, I screwed up and decided to wash the bike yesterday. Before beginning I notice large amounts of chain lube that had been collecting on the rim, spokes, swingarm, etc. Hmmm, I have a can of Gunk so I apply liberally to these areas. I know the rear brake is getting some on it too but hey, this is degreaser and should be OK. Wrong. After rinsing and washing I go for a short ride to dry things off and notice it's not stopping as normal. Speed up, try the fronts by themselves, OK. Repeat using only the rear and hardly nothing, try harder and cant even get the rear to lock and you know how easy that should be to do. Remove the pads, soak in brake cleaner, deglaze with 60 grit, touch up the rotor with 180, wipe down with brake cleaner and re-assemble. No better, the Gunk must have saturated the pads. I have some Galfer 1054 blacks on the way. I noticed on the KTM fiche the OEM's were twice the price. Are they that much better?