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Pagid Racing Brake Pads No. 1287

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1287
PAGID RACING BRAKE PAD SHAPE NO.1287

 

 

Fits These Vehicles:

MakeModelBuild (Year)FrontRear
Aston Martin Vanquish 03 - 08
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Audi R8 07 - 15  
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Audi R8 (2nd generation) 15 -  
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Audi R8 (2nd generation) [ceramic brakes] 15 -  
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Audi R8 [ceramic brakes] 09 - 15  
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BMW M4 [F82] [ceramic brakes] 14 -  
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Dodge Viper Competition Coupe 03 -
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Dodge Viper SRT-10 04 -
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Ferrari 512 Testarossa 92 - 96
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Ferrari F40 Street and race 87 - 92
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Ferrari F50 95 - 97
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Lamborghini Diablo [Brembo brakes] 92 - 99
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Lamborghini Gallardo 04 - 13  
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Lamborghini Gallardo [ceramic brakes] 04 - 13  
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Lamborghini Huracán [ceramic brakes] 14 -  
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Lamborghini Huracán [iron brakes] 14 -  
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Lamborghini Murciélago [non ceramic] 01 - 10
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McLaren F1 / shape rear on inquiry 92 - 98
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Nissan R35 GTR 08 -  
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RSL 29:

The PAGID RS29 (Yellow) is the world-leading endurance brake pad used by most of the winning teams in motorsport. Although designed primarily for endurance racing, many competitors use this material successfully for sprint and short distance races also. RS29 has also found favor in the growing track day market due to the level of control, good cold performance, long life and low disc wear.

RS 14:

The PAGID RS14 (Black) is a high friction value ceramic compound with very good modulation and high fade resistance. A very popular, aggressive pad with strong initial bite and high torque. In addition to the track-day environment, RS14 has shown success in short- to medium-distance circuit racing as well as gravel and tarmac rallying.

RSC 1:

RSC1 is a good street/track compromise for enthusiasts with Carbon-Ceramic Brakes. Used for sprint racing and track days compound with all known types of ceramic brake discs. An ideal combination of cold friction, fade resistance and low thermal oxidation of the disc surface.