Wilwood 150-8939K D52 PolyMatrix BP-10 Brake Pad Set, GM III
800 to 900 °F Temp. Range, BP-10 Brake Pad Compound, 7.77" Overall Width, 2.41" Overall Height
- Specially designed for the GM 1969-77 A-Body Midsize and 1969-81 F-Body calipers
- They have an effective temp range of 800 to 900 °F
- It is sold as a set of 4, 1 set will be needed to outfit 2 calipers
- Made with a BP-10 compound and has a low pad noise rating
- Pads are 7.77" wide, 2.41" in height, and .52" thick
Speedway Motors is your one-stop shop for GM 1969-77 A-Body Midsize and 1969-81 F-Body caliper brake pads.
Compound Data Sheet (PDF)
Tech Tip: Only use full metallic pads on coated rotors.
Sold as a set of 4, 1 set will be needed to outfit 2 calipers.
Brake Pad Brand Guide (Link)
Learn how to properly Bed-In your brake pads by reading our tech article. Bedding-In Brake Pad Procedure.
Metallic composite pad, medium-high temp range similar to full metallic, medium-high torque
- Medium friction compound with low noise and low dust of a street performance compound and the increased friction characteristics of a semi-metalic race compound.
- High performance street / strip, drag race, and track day categories using vented rotors.
- Ideal for disc brake conversions on street rods and muscle cars.
- Smooth engagement with consistent response from a flat torque curve throughout its entire effective temperature range.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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