Brand: Performance Friction Corporation (PFC)
Fits Alcon L Type, AP CP5510 / SC240, and Brembo x2.040.01 / x9.066.91 / x94.75.11 / x2.029.21 / x2.029.71 / x6.059.41 / x9.011.01 / x9.011.31 / x96.14.03 / NASCAR Rear calipers. Typical applications include F3000, Formula Atlantic, and NASCAR.
05 Compound has a very smooth initial bite, virtually no friction rise with temperature, and excellent release and modulation characteristics. Its bite gained immediate favor in NASCAR due to its performance in coil-bind type front setups, where front lockup is difficult to manage. This compound demands the most from the vehicle setup and is designed to handle the most severe applications.
11 Compound improves on both the bite and the release of the popular 01 compound. The very high, very flat torque curve allows easy pedal modulation with a fast, smooth release. Torque rises very little with temperature, which makes these pads very predictable. Easy on rotors and long-wearing. The 11 compound has even less tendency to lock at the end of a stop. Its controlability makes it ideal in tricky low-grip situations (low downforce, hard spec tires, greasy track surface). All-purpose pad for a variety of racing applications.
14 Compound has lower friction and slightly less bite than other PFC racing compounds. Torque is consistent across a wide temperature range, making it ideal for low grip applications such as street tires or groomed dirt tracks. It also makes an excellent rear pad in applications that suffer from rear lockup.
80 Compound was the first Carbon Metallic® race material from Performance Friction. A favorite for many applications where pedal modulation is difficult, and brake balance or chassis set-up requires a more forgiving pad. Lower torque than the 83 Compound. 80 Compound is being phased out by Performance Friction. When current stock is depleted, this compound will no longer be availabe. Replace with 14 Compound.
83 Compound is a very high torque compound that requires finesse. The torque curve rises with heat to handle the most extreme applications. 83 Compound is being phased out by Performance Friction. When current stock is depleted, this compound will no longer be available. Replace with 11 Compound.