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Wilwood 150-11363K 4812 BP-10 Brake Pad Set, .49 Inch Thick
Wilwood 150-11363K 4812 BP-10 Brake Pad Set, .49 Inch Thick

Wilwood 150-11363K 4812 BP-10 Brake Pad Set, .49 Inch Thick

Universal Fit, BP-10 Brake Pad Compound, 4 Quantity Included, 3.96" Overall Width

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Wilwood 150-11363K 4812 BP-10 Brake Pad Set, .49 Inch Thick
Wilwood 150-11363K 4812 BP-10 Brake Pad Set, .49 Inch Thick
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Brake Pad Compound:
BP-10
Quantity Included:
4
MFG. Part #:
150-11363K
Overall Width:
3.96"
Overall Height:
2.38"
Overall Thickness:
0.49"
Pad Area:
5.1 sq. in.
Pad Volume:
1.71 cu. in.
Bedded:
No
Pad Noise Rating:
Low
GTIN Code:
889545032871

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  • Medium friction, smooth engagement, low abrasion on iron rotors
  • Flat torque curve
  • Low to medium wear rate, increases as Temp increases
  • Compatible with all types of aluminum, steel or iron rotors
  • Most aggressive friction with aluminum rotors on sprint cars

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