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PFC Brakes the #1 Brake pad used by professionals, the pad Mario Andretti called "first turn ready"


[SIZE="4"]0635.XX.13.44 Front Miata 1994-2001 non sport[/SIZE]



[SIZE="4"]PFC 11 compound[/SIZE]
"the Daddy" Top choice compound by Professionals. List of professional Sanctioning bodies that over 75% of the field uses PFC 11 compound IMSA Tudor, NASCAR (nation wide and Comcast cup), Pirelli world challenge, clio cup, Indy lights (before they switched to carbon carbon) . OEM choice for Porshe 991 Cup car.
High Tq option for miatas, best when used with high tq option tire. If rain conditions occur best to remove the PFC11. Recommended tire: Hoosier (all), BFG R1, Hankook C71, Toyo RR, Conti slicks, Maxxis RC1, Nitto NT01, BFG riavals, Hankook RS3.



[SIZE="4"]97 Compound.[/SIZE]
Low Tq option. Best for low traction events. Example Dirt, rally cross, or low Grip tires. Very easy modulation, good flat Torque curve threw-out heat range. 10% less Tq then PFC 11 compound. suggested for the following tires. toyo R1R, Bridgestone RE-11A, Dunlpo star specs, Falken 615.





[SIZE="4"]PFC 0636.xx.13.44[/SIZE]
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[SIZE="4"]PFC 11 compound[/SIZE]

"the Daddy" Top choice compound by Professionals. List of professional Sanctioning bodies that over 75% of the field uses PFC 11 compound IMSA Tudor, NASCAR (nation wide and Comcast cup), Pirelli world challenge, clio cup, Indy lights (before they switched to carbon carbon) . OEM choice for Porshe 991 Cup car.
High Tq option for miatas, best when used with high tq option tire. If rain conditions occur best to remove the PFC11. Recommended tire: Hoosier (all), BFG R1, Hankook C71, Toyo RR, Conti slicks, Maxxis RC1, Nitto NT01, BFG riavals, Hankook RS3.



[SIZE="4"]97 Compound.[/SIZE]
Low Tq option. Best for low traction events. Example Dirt, rally cross, or low Grip tires. Very easy modulation, good flat Torque curve threw-out heat range. 10% less Tq then PFC 11 compound. suggested for the following tires.

toyo R1R, Bridgestone RE-11A,
Dunlap star specs, Falken 615.

[SIZE="4"]PFC 0525.xx.14.44[/SIZE]
1.6L miata 1990-93


[SIZE="4"]PFC 14 Compound.[/SIZE]
14 compound is the replacement for the 97 compound. with better modulation, and longer life. Longer run time is critical when teamed with the small rotor of the 1.6l miata. Low Tq option. Best for low traction events. Example Dirt, rally cross, or low Grip tires. Very easy modulation, good flat Torque curve threw-out heat range. 10% less Tq then PFC 11 compound. suggested for the following tires. toyo R1R, Bridgestone RE-11A, Dunlpo star specs, Falken 615.


[SIZE="4"]97 Compound.[/SIZE]
Low Tq option. Best for low traction events. Example Dirt, rally cross, or low Grip tires. Very easy modulation, good flat Torque curve threw-out heat range. 10% less Tq then PFC 11 compound. suggested for the following tires.toyo
R1R, Bridgestone RE-11A, Falken 615.


[SIZE="4"]0458.xx.13.88 1.6l miata 1990-93[/SIZE]


[SIZE="4"]PFC 08 Compound [/SIZE]
Very similar Tq to the PFC 11 compound, but 4-10% longer lasting. A needed upgrade when teamed with a smaller rotor of the 1.6l miata. Recommended tire: Hoosier (all), BFG R1, Hankook C71, Toyo RR, Conti slicks, Maxxis RC1, Nitto NT01, BFG riavals, Hankook RS3






7752.xx.12.44
Dynalights without bridge bolt. Good win BBk, Flyinmiata bbk, 949 racing bbk,



PFC 01 compound
"the Daddy" Top choice compound by Professionals. List of professional Sanctioning bodies that over 75% of the field uses PFC 11/01 compound IMSA Tudor, NASCAR (nation wide and Comcast cup), Pirelli world challenge, clio cup, Indy lights (before they switched to carbon carbon) . OEM choice for Porshe 991 Cup car.
High Tq option for miatas, best when used with high tq option tire. If rain conditions occur best to remove the PFC11. Recommended tire: Hoosier (all), BFG R1, Hankook C71, Toyo RR, Conti slicks, Maxxis RC1, Nitto NT01, BFG riavals, Hankook RS3.



PFC 14 Compound
Low Tq option. Best for low traction events. Example Dirt, rally cross, or low Grip tires. Very easy modulation, good flat Torque curve threw-out heat range. 10% less Tq then PFC 11 compound. suggested for the following tires.
toyo
R1R, Bridgestone
RE-11A, ,
Falken 615.




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My set of PFC 01's are on the way. Can't wait, thanks Johnny!

You may also want to list the options for the dynalite caliper since it's perhaps the most common among BBKs.

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Is the PF11 the replacement for the PF01?

+1 on Dynalite fitment. I think some are using Dynapro as well, but I don't know if the pads are different.
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Originally Posted by sixshooter View Post
Is the PF11 the replacement for the PF01?

+1 on Dynalite fitment. I think some are using Dynapro as well, but I don't know if the pads are different.
the PFC 11 is the replacement for the 01. we should see the compound in the Circle track pad shapes in the next year or so. lefthanders take a real long time with change. We got to break them in slow. FYI the diffrence between the 11 and 01 is 6% better in every way. higher tq, better modulation.


The PFC hierarchy
(Old compound/new compound) listed from high tq to low tq.

07/13 very high Tq pads. unless you got an old Indy car (huge downforce) or drastically under sized rotor you don't want this.
01/11 GT compound #1 choice of pro teams.
08/xx GT endurance - high tq.
06/12 GT endurance 4% less Tq then gt compound but 10-15% longer life.
97/14 Low traction. rally/dirt. small street tire.

you don't want to put too high of a TQ pad on your application or modulation and braking feel will suffer.






7754.xx.16.44
Willwood dynapro, Dynalight with bridge bolt.


PFC 01 compound
"the Daddy" Top choice compound by Professionals. List of professional Sanctioning bodies that over 75% of the field uses PFC 11/01 compound IMSA Tudor, NASCAR (nation wide and Comcast cup), Pirelli world challenge, clio cup, Indy lights (before they switched to carbon carbon) . OEM choice for Porshe 991 Cup car.
High Tq option for miatas, best when used with high tq option tire. If rain conditions occur best to remove the PFC11. Recommended tire: Hoosier (all), BFG R1, Hankook C71, Toyo RR, Conti slicks, Maxxis RC1, Nitto NT01, BFG riavals, Hankook RS3.


PFC 97 Compound
Low Tq option. Best for low traction events. Example Dirt, rally cross, or low Grip tires. Very easy modulation, good flat Torque curve threw-out heat range. 10% less Tq then PFC 11 compound. suggested for the following tires. toyo R1R, Bridgestone RE-11A, Dunlpo star specs, Falken 615.



7752.xx.12.44
Dynalights without bridge bolt. Good win BBk, Flyinmiata bbk, 949 racing bbk,



PFC 01 compound
"the Daddy" Top choice compound by Professionals. List of professional Sanctioning bodies that over 75% of the field uses PFC 11/01 compound IMSA Tudor, NASCAR (nation wide and Comcast cup), Pirelli world challenge, clio cup, Indy lights (before they switched to carbon carbon) . OEM choice for Porshe 991 Cup car.
High Tq option for miatas, best when used with high tq option tire. If rain conditions occur best to remove the PFC11. Recommended tire: Hoosier (all), BFG R1, Hankook C71, Toyo RR, Conti slicks, Maxxis RC1, Nitto NT01, BFG riavals, Hankook RS3.



PFC 97 Compound
Low Tq option. Best for low traction events. Example Dirt, rally cross, or low Grip tires. Very easy modulation, good flat Torque curve threw-out heat range. 10% less Tq then PFC 11 compound. suggested for the following tires. toyo R1R, Bridgestone RE-11A, Dunlpo star specs, Falken 615.



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CJ wilson using PFC rotors and Padgid yellows on mx5 @ daytona.
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2015 Porsche cup car Racing @ petit le mans. PFC rotors, Calipers, and PFC 11 pads.
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Not pro teams. but lets call them PRO_AM. Trans am 2 and 3 cars running pfc's this weekend.

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and this pro team running PFC Carbon Carbon kit.


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PFC MX-5 Rotors. Taken this year @ Daytona 24
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So no 06 compound for the dynalites? Bummer. I'm thinking the 11's are a bit too aggressive for me. will be running federal RSR's, eventually going to an RS3, on a 949 BBK.
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for the federals tires go with the 97 compound. it will give you the modulation your looking for, and won't over power the tire.
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Will that still be sufficient when I step up to an RS3 or rival later? Thanks for the info, I hope this is useful info for others too.
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got it listed above. the 01 compound is good choice for rs3 and greater.
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Ok. So 97's while I'm on RSR's, then step up to the 01 after that.

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I'm running the 01 in my Dynalite caliper on BFG Rivals and Maxxis RC-1. Good modulation for either tire, I don't feel like it overpowers the Rivals.

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Pardon me if I'm just missing something. How do these fare for dual-duty pads? Are they going to be horrible on the street? I'll likely start with the 97's which I'd expect would be fine for dual duty, but what about the 01's?

I know some folks have had some difficulty bedding the Carbotech XP10s on the 11.75" rotos. Any difficulty here?
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Pardon me if I'm just missing something. How do these fare for dual-duty pads? Are they going to be horrible on the street? I'll likely start with the 97's which I'd expect would be fine for dual duty, but what about the 01's?

I know some folks have had some difficulty bedding the Carbotech XP10s on the 11.75" rotos. Any difficulty here?

Can you drive them to the track, yes.

The temperature range is so huge they don't need to "heat up" to start working. Any day over 50* you won't have any issue.

Double duty? i would advise not using any race pads on a daily driver. for one reason.

ALL Race pads have a very high iron content (100% of race pads, every manufacture, despite what they might tell you). every one knows iron rusts. The brake dust on your wheels that comes from Race pads will rust. So your very nice custom ccw's that are very expensive, if you get caught in the rain, the wheels will rust. You will not be able to remove the rust without sanding. for that one reason i would switch them out. if you don't care about dirty wheels then ignore me.

My NB has 01 pads that stay in the caliper. I drive it 3000 miles a season going to and from events. the pfc 01 will squeak. to that i say, my whole car is obnoxious what's one more loud noise...
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