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Wilwood 150-14354K High-Temp Racing Brake Pad
Wilwood 150-14354K High-Temp Racing Brake Pad

Wilwood 150-14354K High-Temp Racing Brake Pad

0.49" Overall Thickness

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MFG. Part #:
150-14345K
Overall Thickness:
0.49"
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7812CM

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These are garage sale priced because they are dirty.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    

 

Wilwood is now offering these High-Temp Racing Brake Pads. These pads keep high friction throughout temperature rance and are formulation specific for use with Super Alloy rotors.

  • High-Temp Brake Pads
  • .50" thickness
  • Sold set/4

Application

  • Race ONLY compound for specialty alloy rotors such as titanium and light weight steel.
  • Sprint cars with titanium rotors, speedway cars with plate steel rotors, and other specialized vehicles where high temperature fade and wear resistance are necessary to offset diminished cooling capacity due to rotor material and configuration.

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Characteristics:

 

  • Medium to high friction compound with a steadily increasing torque curve as temperatures rise.
  • Good wear and friction properties with high fade resistance for special applications where intermittent high temperature spikes are observed between periods of moderate temperature braking.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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