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Raybestos Performance Specialty Disc Pads

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Performance Specialty Disc Pads

Raybestos® Performance Specialty Disc Pads provide superior stopping power for extreme-sport drivers. 

Our Performance line is designed for domestic and foreign performance applications. It provides aggressive braking on various road surfaces and endurance through a wide variety of temperature ranges.

With an initial offering of 105 SKUs, our Performance line covers over 3,400 applications. This includes popular, high-performance domestic and import applications. 

When using Performance pads, you can expect:

  • Superior braking for street performance
  • Stability, consistency and fade resistance


Raybestos® Performance Specialty Disc Pads offer semi-metallic formulations. 


Our Performance line is designed specifically for the demanding conditions needed in the street performance market. 


Noise damping, multi-layer premium shims provide quiet operation. 


Where applicable, brake hardware is included for easy installation.

Our Performance line undergoes extensive high-temperature testing to ensure optimum performance.


Our full-coverage line includes part numbers for many applications on the road today, including domestic muscle cars, sport cars and import tuner cars such as:

  • Chevy
  • Ford
  • Dodge
  • GMC
  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Cadillac
  • Mazda
  • Porsche
  • Infiniti
  • Nissan
  • Honda
  • and Many More!

The Raybestos® Performance line provides sport drivers exceptionally high torque and a superior feel in a street pad. These brake pads provide the aggressive braking required while still operating at a quieter level than the competition.



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