2564 Brake Pad
|Mercedes||AMG GT GT3 [race car]||16 -||X|
|Mercedes||AMG GT4 [race car]||17 -||X|
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Pagid RSL 1 Best Practice::
RSL1 is best used as a front brake pad in GT cars, Touring cars and on Prototypes in endurance racing. Due to the high friction and good modulation, often used in sprint races as well. RSL 1 has an impressive tally of victories in the toughest Endurance races, including Le Mans, Daytona, Nürburgring, Sebring, Spa and others.
Pagid RSL 1 Compound Description::
RSL 1 is a low metallic resin bonded material containing steel and aramid fibers with high heat resistance. It maintains a constant friction level over a wide range of temperatures. Its low wear rate and disc friendliness make this material appropriate for endurance races.
Pagid RSL 2 Best Practice::
RSL 2 is best used on GT cars, Touring cars and Prototypes in endurance racing. It has a slightly lower friction level than RSL 1, and can be used as a rear pad due to its excellent release characteristics.
Pagid RSL 2 Compound Description::
RSL 2 is based on the RSL 1 compound but has been further improved in terms of pad and disc life as well as friction stability vs. temperature. It is a low metallic resin bonded material containing steel and aramid fibers. Furthermore, it maintains a constant friction level over a wide range of temperatures.
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.