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      04-17-2014, 06:06 PM   #1
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Arrow NEW EBC Bluestuff Brake Pads?? (first and only pre-bedded race pad)


Does anyone have any experience with EBC Blue Pads? I know EBC Yellow has been around for a while, but I didn't know about the blue pads until recently. With their current promotion, both front and rear set can be had for $250 which seems like a great price.

What are your thoughts on EBC stuff in general?

Specifications from EBC Below:

Product Information

The BlueStuff NDX race formula is an ultra high friction race pad with a friction level peaking above 0.6 under braking, which will generate more G force than most pads out there if not all. BlueStuff is capable of street use as it bites well from cold. The big advantage of this pad is that it is one of the world's first and only out of the box pre-bedded race pads, which means the surface is 'Heat Seared ' or scorched' at the factory .This gives amazing reductions in pad bed in time on street or track. Also being a non metallic Aramid base NDX reduces rotor wear and eliminates the firework display spark emitted in high speed braking by competitive semi-metallic although NDX is not a low dust pad. There is an amount of dust with these pads. Rotor wear is however drastically reduced and pad life enhanced. Rotors wear smooth and flat without ridges


World's first street and true track pad

Factory heat scorched to reduce bed in times to minutes

World's first chemical interlayer system for super strong pad bond to backing plates

Huge lifetime almost double previous EBC products

Easy on rotors, surfaces are left smooth and not scored

Low heat transfer, balanced heat sink

Great release, pads let go as soon as you do

Deep V grooves catch dirt dust and debris and improve venting.
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