2474 Brake Pad
|996 3.4 C Cup
|99 - 01
|996 3.6 C 4S
|03 - 05
|99 - 01
|99 - 05
|997 3.8 C S & 3.8 C 4S
|05 - 12
|997 3.8 Carrera GTS
|09 - 11
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Pagid RST 1 Best Practice::
RST 1 is intended for Tarmac Rally, GT, high downforce Formula cars, NASCAR, and Touring cars in sprint Circuit racing. Ideal for applications in heavy cars and where high torque is necessary against small diameter rotors.
Pagid RST 1 Compound Description::
RST 1 has a very high friction level and high temperature resistance. It is a semi metallic resin bonded material containing steel fibers. Cold friction and initial bite make this material most appropriate for Rally and NASCAR applications.
Pagid RST 3 Best Practice::
Pagid RST3 is intended as a medium-high friction compound for use in Tarmac and Gravel Rally, GT, Touring, and Prototype circuit racing cars. It also excels on Formula cars and in club racing and a wide range of applications due to its combination of bite, friction and controllability. The release characteristic of RST 3 makes it ideal for use with ABS systems.
Pagid RST 3 Compound Description::
RST 3 is a metal-ceramic compound containing steel fibers and is therefore the perfect complement of the RST product family. It captivates by its low heat conductivity.
Pagid RS 14 Best Practice::
RS 14, aka PAGID “Black”, is another of the cornerstone Pagid Racing pad compounds, and has seen years of success in GT cars, Touring cars for club racing and track days. Indeed, it remains a favorite in all of those venues to this day. RS 14 is an excellent all-around pad compound.
Pagid RS 14 Compound Description::
RS 14 features good all-around characteristics for many applications. It is a low metallic resin bonded material containing steel and aramid fibers.
Pagid RS 19 Best Practice::
Pagid RS 19 is one of the cornerstone friction compounds for Pagid Racing and has decades of victories in the worlds legendary Endurance event as Pagid RS19 or known as Pagid “Yellow”. It has found current favor as a rear axle usage compound in GT4, GT3 and GTE / GTLM, in combination with RSL 1 and RSL 2 on the front axle. It remains a favorite pad for front axle usage for lighter GT and Touring cars.
Pagid RS 19 Compound Description::
RS 19 is a low metallic resin bonded material containing steel and aramid fibers. It maintains a constant friction level across a broad range of temperatures. The material features very good modulation and release characteristic.
Pagid RS 29 Best Practice::
RS 29 is a legend in Endurance Racing, and has an unmatched history of success since its introduction as RS29. It remains very popular in club racing and track days. In addition, it is still found on GT, Touring cars, and Prototypes, and still enjoys a reputation as a great all-around friction material for endurance racing. Due to excellent modulation characteristics also often used in sprint races.
Pagid RS 29 Compound Description::
RS 29 features very good modulation and release characteristics. It is a low metallic resin bonded material containing steel and aramid fibers. The friction level of the material maintains constant at a low-medium level. Another advantage is the easy bedding in behavior.
Pagid RS 42 Best Practice::
RS 42, or Pagid “Blue”, is another of the “cornerstone” Pagid Racing compounds that is still finding favor after many years of service. It is currently best used as a classic rally pad and remains very popular in small formula and touring cars, especially as a rear axle compound.
Pagid RS 42 Compound Description::
RS 42 is a low metallic resin bonded material containing steel and aramid fibers. The characteristics make this material appropriate for small formula cars.
Pagid RS 44 Best Practice::
RS 44 is a close relative of RS 42, and has a similar history of success. Known as RS4-4 or Pagid “Orange” in the past, it is a good rear axle pad for all front engine cars. Very popular club racing compound.
Pagid RS 44 Compound Description::
RS 44 works for formula cars all the way up to lighter passenger cars. It is a low metallic resin bonded material containing steel and aramid fibers. The smooth progression of friction from cold to hot makes this material easy to work with.