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Endless MX72 Brake Pads — 09+ 370z Sport

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Endless MX72 Brake Pads — 09+ 370z Sport

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Description

Ceramic is known to be one of the most vital and essential compounds which influence braking capacity. Every material has been carefully chosen for the MX72 in order to produce minimal noise and dust while producing high brake capacity during lower temperatures. Braking stability was also improved under higher temperatures while decreasing rotor wear. Pedal feel, which is typically great in semi-metallic material pads, was further improved upon.

This Part Will Fit:

370z Sport 09+

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions N/A
Brake Pads

Front, Rear, F/R Set

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