Speedway 156 1978-Up D154 GM Metric Brake Pads
156 Brake Pad Compound
The Speedway 156 brake pad works with aluminum or steel rotors. Best pad for aluminum rotors. Features a low metallic compound for long life and excellent street performance.
Sold as one pair (PR); outfits one caliper.
Tech Tip: You can fine tune your cars brake system by selecting different compounds for the front and rear, or side to side.
Tech Tip: Only use full metallic pads on coated rotors.
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Learn how to properly Bed-In your brake pads by reading our tech article. Bedding-In Brake Pad Procedure.
Item DetailsAluminum/Steel rotors, best pad for aluminum rotors, low metallic, long life, excellent street
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