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Drag Compound 150 Racing Brake Pads
Drag Compound 150 Racing Brake Pads

Drag Compound 150 Racing Brake Pads

Universal Fit, .40" Overall Thickness, 1.48" Diameter

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Drag Compound 150 Racing Brake Pads
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These quality brake pads feature an extremely high coefficient of friction (approximately .65) at lower temperatures, (under 500 degrees Fahrenheit). This will offer superior performance for drag racers both to hold the car on the line, as well as excellent deceleration at the other end of the track for short shut-off areas. They are also great for lightweight oval track cars, such as mini-sprints and midgets using steel or cast iron rotors will appreciate this pad for its incredible pedal ease, but do not use on extremely hard braking tracks or by drivers whose driving style creates excessive heat from over usage. These pads are designed to work excellent in the cold, with no warm up period required. These pads are far easier on rotors than some compounds being touted by other pad manufacturers, however; they are not recommended for use with aluminum rotors.

  • High coefficient of friction
  • Great for drag racers and oval track cars
  • Incredible pedal ease
  • Performs well in cold with no warm up required

Note: Not recommended for use with aluminum rotors

Learn how to properly Bed-In your brake pads by reading our tech article.  Bedding-In Brake Pad Procedure.


Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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