Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Performance Friction Pfr 7751-01-20-44 Pads 01 Compound Wilwood Outlaw Sierra Xl on 2040-parts.com

US $160.00
Location:

Mooresville, North Carolina, United States

Mooresville, North Carolina, United States
Condition:New Brand:PERFORMANCE FRICTION Part Brand:PERFORMANCE FRICTION Manufacturer Part Number:PFR7751-01-20-44 UPC:Does not apply

Brand New 
Race 01 Compound Brake Pads by Performance Friction®. Driving Style: Track Only. Dust Rating: Medium. FMSI: D7751. Thickness: 20 mm. 01 is one of the most accepted race compounds in the PFC's arsenal, and has become the standard by which all brake pads are judged. 01 has good initial bite, with very little torque rise with temperature. At the end of the stop, 01 Compound has less torque scatter than the competition for improved modulation with excellent release. 01 Compound has good disc conditioning properties with low wear. 01 Compound is one of PFC’s most popular race compounds, and wins more World and National Championships annually than any other brake pad on the market. In many applications if 01 isn't available, 11 will replace 01.

Notes:

01 is recommended as an all-purpose pad in a wide variety of applications
NASCAR Short Track
Road Course NASCAR Speedway
Intermediate All Oval Track Race series IndyCar

Best of British: top 10 cars built in Britain during 2013

Mon, 27 Jan 2014

British car factories are booming, building more than 1.5 million cars during 2013. This is not only great news for the manufacturers, but it’s great news for the country too – because the vast majority of these cars were exported abroad. This brings money into the UK, strengthens our economy and also maintains jobs for hundreds of thousands of British workers – a real win-win story.

Audi A3 2.0 TDI gets greener

Sat, 21 Nov 2009

The Audi A3 2.0 TDI gets a 'Green' makeover If you read here regularly you’ll be only too well aware that every week we report on cars that have cleaned up their act, got more economical and are emitting less CO2. Less cynical souls than us may reasonably conclude that this is because car makers want to ‘save the planet’. But of course, it’s nothing of the sort.

2011 BMW 5 Series leaks

Thu, 05 Nov 2009

A leaked photo of the 2011 BMW 5 Series We’ve seen the next generation, 2011 BMW 5 Series pounding round the Nurburgring in disguise for quite some time. But with the 2011 5 Series due to hit the car shows in 2010 we’ve finally got hold of what appears to be a leak from the Swedish version of the German car magazine Auto Motor & Sport. The 2011 5 Series is going to be an evolution rather than a revolution.