Afco 6651021 C2 Compound Brake Pads for F88 Caliper
Dirt Late Model, Pavement Late Model, Sprint Car, C2 Compound
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C2 compound provides exceptional high temperature performance and is designed to withstand wide-ranging temperature changes. This gives the driver predictable feel and excellent control qualities lap after lap. C2 has a high torque value yet has very long pad wear life while remaining rotor friendly. Perfect choice for use in the 500 to 1200 degree operating range.
- Includes 4 pads, completes one axle
- Withstands wide-range temperature changes
- High torque life
- Long pad wear life
- Rotor Friendly
These brake pads from AFCO fit the new F88 caliper or a standard SL style caliper. The C2 compound is designed for a wide range or temperatures and provides excellent cold bite while allowing aggressive brake power.
Best used on:
- F88 or standard SL style caliper
- Rear of dirt late models
- Front of asphalt late models
- Sprint cars using steel non-drilled inboard rotors
Pads are sold as a set of 4. (One set fits 2 calipers.)
Tech Tip: Only use full metallic pads on coated rotors.
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