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Fits Fits AP, CNC 627 / 628, Coleman Series I / II, Outlaw 3000 / 3500 / 4000, Sierra/JFZ XL Series, and Wilwood Superlite / Superlite 4 / Superlite 6 / LC-GT calipers. Typical applications include USAC and ASA cars.
Carbon Metallic pads contain no asbestos, no Kevlar, and no lead or clay fillers. They offer superior braking, pedal feel and longer life without fade at high temperatures. The friction material is integrally molded to the backing plate using the patented Ionic Fusion system for the highest shear strength in the brake industry. Braking characteristics remain constant throughout the life of the pads.
01 Compound has a very high, very flat torque curve for good initial bite, excellent pedal modulation, and a fast, smooth release. Torque rises very little with temperature, which makes these pads very predictable. Easy on rotors and long-wearing. All-purpose pad for a variety of racing 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).
13 Compound has ultra-high bite and very high friction for sprint racing on high grip tracks or with very high downforce cars. Excellent release characteristics for smooth braking with exceptional control and modulation. Very high fade resistance at high temperatures. Pad wear is similar to 01 Compound, with superior disc conditioning. Lowest taper wear of any high-bite, high-torque pads on the market when used in properly designed race calipers. Recommended for fast cars with high downforce that can take advantage of increased bite in the first 1/3 of the stop.
97 Compound was developed as an endurance compound for IndyCars, but it quickly became a favorite of sportscar endurance racing. It has less initial bite and average torque than 01 Compound, but higher bite and torque than 90 Compound. The very flat torque curve and enhanced release characteristics allow great modulation. It is recommended as a rear pad in applications that tend to lock the rear brakes.