Wilwood 150-9765K 6812 BP-20 Brake Pad Set, DPS/DLS, .50 Inch Thick
Dirt Late Model, Midget, Modified, Sprint Car, BP-20 Compound, 4 Quantity Included, Not Bedded
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These brake pads from Wilwood are designed for use with racing applications. They feature a heavy duty BP20 compound and are sold as a set.
- Medium friction, highest effective temperarture range in medium temperature pad group
- Smooth engagement, torque curve increases in relation to temperature
- Thickness: .49"
- Peak Temp. Rating: 1100 F°
- High performance street compound with increased friction
- Beds quickly and provides fast response without high rotor abrasion
- Baseline pad for track oriented street cars
- Medium to heavy braking dirt tracks
- Advanced level track day and club sport competition.
- Extreme duty dual-purpose street/track vehicle
- High speed or heavy weight drag cars
- Hobby or sportsman category asphalt racing
Brake Pad Brand Guide (Link)
Compound Data Sheet (PDF)
Learn how to properly Bed-In your brake pads by reading our tech article. Bedding-In Brake Pad Procedure.
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