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We offer only the best in the braking world. From brake pads and fluid to brake cooler kits and components RaceBrakeShop is your one source for sports car brake parts and information. The R12 compound of GLOC Pads has better fade resistance and initial bite.

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offer better bite and a maximum operating temperature than standard replacement pads used in luxury vehicles.

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