CL pads for Wilwood Superlite 4 pot calipers
CL pads for Wilwood Superlite 4 pot calipers
CL pads for Wilwood Superlite 4 pot calipers

CL pads for Wilwood Superlite 4 pot calipers

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1 set of CL pads for the Wilwood Superlite calipers. Pads are available in the following compounds:

CL brakes compounds

RC5+ - average friction coefficient µ= 0,4. The newest compound in our range, the RC5+, was developed for light weight vehicles or racing in low grip conditions (street tires, gravel, mud, snow, water, etc.). An excellent track day compound, it offers moderate friction levels, low noise, is easy on OEM discs, and has excellent cold stopping power. Additionally, it can be used on the rear axle of vehicles to change the brake bias where standard bias adjustment is not possible.

RC6 - average friction coefficient µ= 0,4. Our original compound, RC6 was designed to apply to a wide range of motorsports, from rally to circuit. It has a high and very flat friction level and can be used successfully in almost every type of race car. Low compressibility provides a stiff pedal which greatly increases feedback and allows for easier modulation. It can also be used in the front or rear axle combined with the RC8 or RC5 to adjust bias.

RC6E - average friction coefficient: µ=0,46. New in 2008, the RC6 Endurance was designed to offer very low pad and disc wear rates without sacrificing friction levels. Need pads to last 6, 12 or even 24, hours. Look no further than the RC6E. The RC6E boasts the same easy bed-in and stable friction levels as all other CL Brakes compounds.

RC8 - average friction compound: µ=0,6. Developed in 2006, the RC8 compound boasts CL Brakes highest friction level and is used in top-tier motorsports such as WRC, WTCC, NASCAR, ZA V8, AWD GrpN, etc. Extremely high friction levels allow shorter stopping distances and the flat torque curve provides excellent modulation to prevent wheel lockup.

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