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TitaniuMetallic II brake pads from Bendix provide unmatched braking performance, right out of the box. They feature a blue slurry coating that's more effective in the initial break-in period. This patented blue coating works by accelerating the pad/rotor break-in process. TitaniuMetallic II brake pads provide greater stopping power from the very first stop and shorter stopping distances with less pedal effort. They also feature high-quality shims for quiet braking and a riveted or integrally molded attachment that mirrors OE applications.
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EBC Blue Stuff is EBC's endurance grade brake pads. Bluestuff has a slightly lower friction coefficient than its counterparts Green, Yellow and Red but delivers far longer life and is suitable for endurance races up to six hours in duration on most types of saloon cars.
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EBC Green Stuff are brake pads manufactured for street use. These pads have a high friction coefficient, great initial bite from cold, right up to a blistering 650 degrees centigrade.
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EBC Red Stuff is the company's performance road compound, it provides great stopping power up to 750 degrees centigrade. EBC recommends this pad to be used for cars with 200+ BHP.
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This is EBC's entry level race material, has slightly lower friction than Greenstuff but with longer lifetime and slightly higher temperature resistance being effective up to over 800 degrees centigrade.
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KVR brake pads are designed for street performance and requires no warm up. The manufacturer claims the pads release minimal brake dust, and have excellent durability. They are kevlar insulated.
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Despite its lower price, the Mintex A/F brake pads are still excellent brake pads offering great stopping power. These pads go well with either stock or aftermarket rotors. These street-application pads require no warm up.
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The Mintex C-Tech line of brakepads offer everything from street to competition use. They are designed to lessen the effects of brake fading. The M1144 pads are for street and light competition use, M1155 pads are for track competition use, and the M1166 pads are for rally and saloon use. M1155 and M1166 pad should not be used for daily driving conditions as they require warm up, therefore unsuitable for most traffic conditions.