Stuff" is the name coined to describe our current sport automotive
pad. A high friction Aramid based organic pad with very low metallic content
that comes on strong from first application of the brake pedal, without
disc damage and minimal brake dust. Recommended for road use and hillclimb
Stuff", our semi metallic high performance road material made
a flying start in saloon car racing, having clinched the Slick 50 Saloon
Car Championship with the Honda of Ian Mitchell in 1997, with extensive
use by many race teams going into 1999 on the Porsche 924 Championship
cars and on European Citroen Saxo and BMW class racing. Now only recommended
for road use in cars with 200BHP+.
Stuff" is the name for EBCs latest full race formulation
which is currently in race use in Europe and was the choice of 1999/2000/2001
series winners Nick Reynolds and Martin Bell in the BMW Class, Westfield
and S2000 Championships in 2002.
Our endurance grade, longest lasting material "Blue
Stuff" has a slightly lower friction coefficient than its counterparts
Green, Yellow and Red but delivers far longer life and is suitable for
endurance races up to six hours in duration on most types of saloon cars.
It is obviously the drivers responsibility to evaluate the lifetime before
undertaking any types of race use.
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Brakes for the Porsche 968 in the 968 UK Shop