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Premium Ceramic
Formulation - Lowest dust.
Recommended Vehicles:
Passenger Vehicles and Light Duty Trucks
Recommended Use: Daily Use
Material: Ceramic

Benefits of Ceramic Formulation

Our incredible R1 Concepts Ceramic Series brake pads take advantage of a ceramic construction. Made of ceramic materials that are pressure-adhered within the brake-pad compound, ceramic brake pads are quieter and smoother. For vehicles that stop on a dime - without any unpleasant sounds - ceramic brake pads offer the best. An exceptionally hard and durable material, ceramic brake pads will last a long time between changes - providing superior stability and safety without the cost of repeated maintenance. Ceramic brake pads are almost universally the type that is most often recommended for customers; other brake pads will simply not be able to last long enough to brake hard enough. Ceramic brake pads also emit less dust when being used, which also indicates their strength.
Longer Pad Life
Ceramic brake pads are sometimes more expensive than other types of brake pad, but they pay for themselves in reduced maintenance and a longer life. Ceramic brake pads are unlikely to overheat and will reduce the amount of wear on a vehicle over time, thereby making it less expensive to repair and maintain. This also makes their performance far more consistent than other, cheaper forms of brake pad.
Low Dust
Our special R1 Concepts Ceramic Series brake pads have a special formula that is designed to be low dust, asbestos free, and provide excellent fade resistance. The formula that is used by our brake pads is similar to OEM, both in terms of raw materials and the processes that are used to construct them. Because of this, car owners can have peace of mind when investing in new R1 Concepts Ceramic Series brake pads.
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    Rubber Coated Steel Shim
    • - Improved NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harshness) characteristics.
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    • - A thermal barrier which minimizes the heat transfer from the pad into the caliper, reducing the possibility of fluid boil.
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    Chamfered (where applicable)
    • - Improves brake pad engagement. Reduces noise when braking.
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    Positive Mold
    • - Promotes consistent friction material density. Same technology as Original Equipment Manufacturer.
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    Slotted (where applicable)
    • - Adds friction flexibility to relieve stress and prevents cracking. Helps remove friction debris. Reduces noise when braking.
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    Premium Ceramic Formulation
    • - Low Dust
    • - Excellent fade resistance
    • - Stable friction performance across a wide temperature range
    • - Low Copper Ceramic Formulation
    • - 100% Asbestos free formulation
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    • - Promotes a more complete bed-in which accelerates the break-in process and increases the effective stopping power from the first stop.
Low Copper
R1 Concepts Ceramic Series Brake Pads are environmentally friendly and adhere to the low copper requirements under California and Washington restrictions for 2021/2025.
  • Pad Life
  • Brake Noise
  • Brake Dust
  • Operating Friction Level
  • Rotor Life
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  • Recommended Vehicles
  • Recommended Use
  • Material
  • Rubber Steel
    Rubber Shim
  • Underlayer
  • Positive Mold
  • Scorched
  • Slotted and Chamfered
    (Where Applicable)
  • Hooked Backing
    Plate Technology
  • Leaf Mark
  • Bar graph
  • Ceramic Series
  • Passenger
    Vehicles and Light
    Duty Trucks
  • Daily Use
  • Ceramic
  • Semi Metalic
  • Passenger
    Vehicles and Light
    Duty Trucks
  • Daily Use
  • Ceramic
  • Optimum Oep
  • All Vehicles
  • Daily Use
  • Original Equipment
  • Graph varies
    to vehicle
  • Super Heavy Duty
  • Heavy Vehicles:
    Trucks, SUVs
  • Daily Use,
    and Off-Roading
  • Semi-Metallic
  • Performance Sport Series
  • All Vehicles
  • Street Performance,
    Weekend Track
    and Off-Road
  • High Friction

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Complete your brake install with these products. If your vehicle has a brake warning system, be sure to replace your brake sensors if brake warning light appears. Change your brake pads when replacing brake rotors for best performance and longevity. It's always good to replace your brake fluid every few years (please follow your vehicle's owners manual).