Pagid Pagid Racing Brake Pads No. 1295 from $300.88
Fits These Vehicles: Make Model Build (Year) Front Rear Alfa Romeo 156 2.0 16V 95 - 98 X BMW 120d & 130i [E81 & E87] 03 - 12 X BMW 330i [E46] 00 - 05 X BMW M3 [E36] 3.0 & 3.2 92 - 99 X BMW M3 [E46] & M3 CSL 00 - 07 X BMW M5 [E34] 88 - 97 X BMW Z3 M Roadster 3.2i 97 - 03 X BMW Z4 M Coupe 06 - X RS 14: The PAGID RS14 (Black) is a high friction value ceramic compound with very good modulation and high fade resistance. A very popular, aggressive pad with strong initial bite and high torque. In addition to the track-day environment, RS14 has shown success in short- to medium-distance circuit racing as well as gravel and tarmac rallying. RST 1: PAGID RST1 is a high average friction, aggressive pad with instant pedal response, quick release, a firm pedal at all temperatures, and a progressive torque curve. Suitable for applications with high down-force and/or very high grip. RSL 1: PAGID RSL1 is a complex formulation of ceramic materials. Compared to metallic compounds, it has superior thermal insulation and higher heat resistance. It is a medium-friction compound that is rotor friendly and was designed to meet the latest ecological standards in endurance racing.
Pagid Pagid Racing Brake Pads No. 1285 from $227.00
Fits These Vehicles: Make Model Build (Year) Front Rear BMW 318is - 325i [E36] 90 - 98 X BMW 320i - 325i [E46] 98 - 05 X BMW M3 [E30] EVO I & II 86 - 92 X BMW M3 [E36] 3.0 & 3.2 92 - 99 X BMW M5 [E34] 88 - 97 X BMW Z1 88 - 91 X BMW Z3 (not Roadster) 95 - 03 X BMW Z3 M Roadster 3.2i 97 - 03 X BMW Z4 03 - X RSL 29: The PAGID RS29 (Yellow) is the world-leading endurance brake pad used by most of the winning teams in motorsport. Although designed primarily for endurance racing, many competitors use this material successfully for sprint and short distance races also. RS29 has also found favor in the growing track day market due to the level of control, good cold performance, long life and low disc wear. RS 14: The PAGID RS14 (Black) is a high friction value ceramic compound with very good modulation and high fade resistance. A very popular, aggressive pad with strong initial bite and high torque. In addition to the track-day environment, RS14 has shown success in short- to medium-distance circuit racing as well as gravel and tarmac rallying.
Competition Motorsport CMS RF1 DOT4 Racing Brake Fluid (500 ml) from $21.95 $131.70
Buy 6+, Save $1 per bottle Buy 12+, Save $2 per bottle REDESIGNED BOTTLE, SAME TOP-OF-THE-LINE BRAKE FLUID Competition Motorsport RF1 fully synthetic Racing Brake Fluid¬†is formulated to provide the highest, most reliable performance under racing and track-day conditions, where braking systems operate at very high sustained temperatures. RF1 exceeds all DOT 3 & 4 requirements and is compatible with all DOT 3, 4, and 5.1 fluids. (Not compatible with DOT5 or mineral-based brake fluids.) There is perhaps no single safety system more important in racing than brakes. And no single part of that system is more critical than brake fluid. At Competition Motorsport, we got tired of (and a little nervous) using "racing" brake fluid on the track that didn't live up to its claimed performance when things got heated. So we did something about it. Manufactured in partnership with the brake fluid supplier to many teams in Formula 1, WEC, and many other professional series, RF1 Racing Brake Fluid is formulated to maintain consistent viscosity, lubricity, and compressibility at extreme temperatures and line pressures found in racing, track days, and spirited driving. ¬† Bottom line: you can spend more money, but you can't buy higher-performing racing brake fluid! ¬† SPECIFICATIONS: ¬† Typical dry boiling point:¬†622¬∞ F (328¬∞ C) Typical wet boiling point: 399¬∞ F (204¬∞ C) Exceeds DOT3 & DOT4 standards Individual 500 ml (16.7 oz.) bottles ¬† Click Here for Product MSDS Sheet All brake fluid degrades over time (not mileage), attracting water as it ages, which, at high brake temperatures, can lead to fluid boil and brake fade or failure. That's why the "wet" (aged) boiling point of any brake fluid is substantially lower than the "dry" (new) boiling point. To maintain maximum braking performance, Competition Motorsport strongly suggests replacing your brake fluid before every track event, but at least every three months if you're consistently racing and/or driving at track days. It's cheap insurance against learning about brake fade the hard way! ¬† ¬† ¬†