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Everyone brings up their 0-60 time, bragging about how fast their car can be, but do you ever stop to think about your 60-0 time? This is the measurement used by manufacturers and journalists to rate the stopping performance of vehicles. Used on everything from the next everyday sedan to the next hyper car. Stopping performance is just as important if not more important than power. If you can’t stop the car then do you really want to drive it?

Upgrading your brake pads from OEM can have many benefits to your overall driving experience. Whether you are looking for more performance or for better daily driving in stop and go traffic, different pad materials and compounds can drastically change how your vehicle feels and drives. Since not everyone uses their car for the same end goal there are a lot of options out there on what to pick, so let’s go over the different types of pad materials and their general uses to help better decide on what you and your vehicle need.
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Power Stop Z26 Extreme Brake Pads

2014 Camaro 2SS OEM rotors with power stop pads

replaced front rotors with OEM and power stop z26 pads about 2 weeks ago, after doing proper break in everything is good. View more reviews...
Posted By Brian F (MCKINNEY, TX) / June 18, 2019
2014 Chevy Camaro
EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads

Replace Green stuff with Yellow Stuff

Originally had Green Stuff in front of 06 RAV4; but replaced them with Yellow Stuff because of noticeable heat fade. So far Yellow Stuff seems to have better stopping power than the two-years old Green. Also have Yellow Stuff on 07 TACOMA 4x4. View more reviews...
Posted By Henry C (Idaho Falls, ID) / June 17, 2019
2006 Toyota RAV4
Bendix Premium Brake Pads

Good pads

Went on easy,smooth stopping. View more reviews...
Posted By Robert M (MONONGAHELA, PA) / June 8, 2019
2012 Ford F-350

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Friday, February 22, 2019

The Ultimate Brake Pad Guide – What You Need and What You Don’t

Your brakes are the second most important thing on your car, behind tires. All the power in the world won’t do you any good on a track if you can’t stop properly — and unfortunately, besides showing off those fancy looking drilled and slotted rotors and those rattle can red calipers, brakes don’t usually get […] The post The Ultimate Brake Pad Guide – What You Need and What You Don’t appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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