Wilwood 150-9764K BP-10 Street Performance Pads
Universal Fit, 800 to 900 °F Temp. Range, BP-10 Brake Pad Compound, 1.98" Overall Width
Medium friction compound with the low noise and low dust of a street performance compound and the increased friction characteristics of a semi-metallic race compound. Smooth engagement with consistent response from a flat torque curve throughout its entire effective temperature range. Good low to middle temperature wear rates. Beds quickly and provides fast response without excessive abrasion on vented iron rotors.
Compound Data Sheet (PDF)
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ApplicationHigh performance street / strip, drag race, and track day categories using vented iron rotors. Light to medium braking on dirt tracks including late models, modifieds, sportsman, and street stocks. Disc brake conversions on street rods and muscle cars.
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