Brake pads are a vital component of every disc brake braking system used on most of today’s cars, commercial vehicles and other modes of transportation. The brake pad is made of a complex compound of materials, bonded to a steel backing plate, designed to stop your vehicle using friction. When you apply pressure to the brake pedal you squeeze the pads against the brake discs to slow your vehicle and ultimately bring it to a complete stop.
Original Equipment Formulation.
Slotted and Chamfered as OE.
Long Life Ceramic Pads.
Low Dust, Quiet Performance.
Positive Mold Process.
Brake rotors are the circular discs that are connected to each wheel (two in the front and two in the back). Rotors are designed to turn motion (kinetic energy) into thermal energy (heat). When you press down on the brake pedal, it sends a signal via the master brake cylinder to your calipers to squeeze your brake pads together against the rotors’ large surface area. This friction created by the pads pressing up against the rotors resists the spin of the wheel, which slows its rotation and halts the movement of the car.
Designed and engineered to meet OE for fit and structure (Solid or vented).
All rotors and drums meet the SAE 3000 or SAE3500 grey iron casting standards ISO 9001:2000 standard.
All rotors mill balanced to prevent vibration Double disc surface grinding for perfect non-directional finish.
Conventional directional finish available per request.
Surface greased and shrink wrapped to prevent rust.
Lab and road tested.
Warranty returns far below 1%.