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The pads themselves are made up of a friction material bonded to the backing plate. This material/backing combo is secured onto the caliper. The brake caliper pistons pushes against the backing plate and the friction material is pushed against the brake rotor. This physics of how your car brakes actually stop your 2 ton car.

The pads themselves are made up of a friction material bonded to the backing plate. This material/backing combo is secured onto the caliper. The brake caliper pistons pushes against the backing plate and the friction material is pushed against the brake rotor. This physics of how your car brakes actually stop your 2 ton car.

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These pads are well-suited for street driving because they wear well, are easy on the ears, don’t chew up the rotors and don’t spew dust everywhere. They’re favoured for your average family sedan because they work well when they’re cold. The downside is the pads lose stopping power when they heat up. This effect is known as fade. When you car brakes fade you feel a mushy / hard pedal during repeated hard stopping

These pads are well-suited for street driving because they wear well, are easy on the ears, don’t chew up the rotors and don’t spew dust everywhere. They’re favoured for your average family sedan because they work well when they’re cold. The downside is the pads lose stopping power when they heat up. This effect is known as fade. When you car brakes fade you feel a mushy / hard pedal during repeated hard stopping