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PowerStop Performance Brake Pads Z23-1095Shop All Power Stop
The Power Stop Z23 Evolution Sport ceramic brake pads are designed as an upgrade over stock brakes to reduce brake dust & eliminate noise, so you can ride in comfort. These brake pads are made with a low-dust ceramic formula, infused with carbon-fiber for increased braking power without sacrificing everyday drivability. The necessary stainless-steel hardware along with ceramic brake lubricant is included with the Z23 brake pads making it easier to complete your brake job. Use Z23 Evolution Sport brake pads to give your daily-driver the stopping power it deserves.
- Includes Premium stainless-steel hardware and ceramic brake lubricant for easy installation
- Low-dust ceramic formula infused with carbon-fiber for increased braking power without sacrificing everyday drivability
- Powder coated backing plate resists rust and corrosion to provide extended pad life
- Multi-Layer rubberized shims provide virtually noise-free braking
- OE Positive Mold Technology for consistent wear and performance
- Thermal scorched pad surface for a fast break-in
- Chamfered and slotted to ensure noise free braking
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