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EBC Performance Brake Pads Rotors Kit S10KR1010Shop All EBC Brakes
Save 15% over cost of buying separate parts with this quality pad and rotor kit which includes pads rotors pads rotors and caliper lube. If you desire a modest brake improvement for normal speeds on any SUV or Light Truck this Kit will be your best choice.High efficiency EBC pads built with Aramid fiber,fully shimmed,slotted and chamfered and featuring the EBC patented Brake-in coating for fast pad seating after install. Matched with spot drilled and wide aperture slotted sport vented rotors for cooler brakes and lifetime perfect flat and parallel pad wear finished with Geomet anti rust coating. Wider aperture slots draw cool air under braking area and remove dirt dust and debris faster.
- Sport Compact Upgrade Kit
- Ideal For Spirited Driving And Fast Compacts Alike
- Significant Improvement In Braking Over OE Pads
- Wide Aperture Slotted G3000 Sport Rotors
- Geomet Anti Rust Coating
- Direct Fit No Changes Required Over Stock Set UP
- 10;000 Mile No Hassle Warranty
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