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Racing Brake ET500 Front Pads 370Z / G37 Sport

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Racing Brake ET500 Front Pads 370Z / G37 Sport

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PD1346-35. In stock 8 lbs ,

Description

AGGRESSIVE STREET: ET500

This compound is offered for the adventurous drivers who:

  • Do NOT like loud squeaking
  • Do NOT like a lot of dust
  • DO like extended rotor life

RB ET-Series Performance Street Compounds

The ET Series compounds provide excellent modulation, consistent friction and torque output, and can be run from ambient temperature, even during cold winter mornings.

ET300: Performance Street – Delivers braking performance beyond stock pads, yet with minimal dust and no squeaking

ET500: Aggressive Street – Provides additional stopping power over ET300; low dust and little to no squeaking.

ET800: Advanced Street – For very adventurous street driving. Not for use on the track, as high temperatures will greatly accelerate pad wear. For track racing, use our XT-Series brake pads.

Break-in:
All the brake pads must be bedded in properly per break-in procedure

Fits 370Z and G37 with OEM Sport Akebono Big Brake Kit.

Additional information

Weight 8 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 4 x 4 in

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