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Old 05-07-2015, 07:15 PM   #1
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Performance Friction brake pads and rotors are now available through Good-Win Racing.



PFC products need little introduction around here. This is true motorsport grade stuff, used widely in many high-profile series, and Porsche's pad of choice for their 991 Cup Car.

These have been a hot topic lately, and we had to try them for ourselves. I've been running these in my own time attack car this season, and have nothing but praise for them. These pads are the smoothest modulating and most consistent high-torque race pad I've used.

We are teaming up with OGRacing as our distributor for PFC products, so there is no competition among vendors here, just more options for you guys.

Performance Friction 01 - Wilwood 4 piston caliper (Dynalite 4, Dynapro 4)

Performance Friction 11 - 1.8 Front caliper

Performance Friction 11 - 1.8 Rear caliper

In addition to pads, we now offer the very same PFC 2-piece floating rotors for the front of the 3rd generation MX-5 as are used in the IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge.

Performance Friction 2-piece Floating Front Rotors for OE Calipers



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Damn that's a good-looking NC.

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I'll admit when Ryan first started talking about the PFCs I was skeptical, but last weekend I finally got a chance to experience how awesome these pads are. Previous to this, I've been a Carbotech fan for a while and went through a few sets before moving to Hawk DTC60s. I made the change to Hawk for cost and ease of use, i.e. no special bed in procedure. Never been as happy with the Hawks compared to the Carbotechs.

After trying the PFC last weekend, there is no question this is what will be run on my car all the time. Initially, I thought the high torque the pad would translate into an on and off switch. Much to my surprise the pad was smooth in it's bite and release...nearly telepathic. Threshold braking was much easier to control and the pads never felt like they were going to give up...even with back to back sessions in the desert heat. Even more impressive was the cold bite, these pads felt like they needed no heat at all to start working.
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Demand for these pads is strong, so supply is limited. We just took all the sets of the PFC 01 for the wilwood dynalite/dynapro 4-pot calipers from OGRacing that they could give us.
3 sets of those left.

Also have the 11 compound for 1.8 front and rear calipers in stock.

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New shipment of PFC pads just arrived.

Back by popular demand, we are now stocking the 97 compound as well. The 97 is widely popular in top levels of Spec Miata, with about 10% less torque than the 01 & 11 compounds and even longer life. We recommend the 97 compound for cars with 150whp or less.

Now IN STOCK:
PFC 01 - Wilwood 4 piston caliper (Dynalite 4, Dynapro 4)
PFC 11 - 1.8 Front caliper
PFC 11 - 1.8 Rear caliper
PFC 97 - 1.8 Front caliper
PFC 97 - 1.8 Rear caliper

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