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- Give your racecar championship stopping power with EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads
- EBC custom crafts your Yellow Stuff Brake Pads as direct replacements of your stock pads
- The aramid fibre based brake pads are specifically formulated for the intense demands of track and super-street driving
- Forget about warm-up—your EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads bite hard on both cold and hot rotors
- Whisper-quiet operation—the beveled edges and center-line slot of your EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads defend against squeals
- Treated with EBC's unique Break-In surface coating for rapid bedding and strong braking power fresh from the box
- EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads' center-line slot vents heat and gas to prevent thermal cracks and fade
- The pads and the pad plates are powder coated for a lifetime of rust-free service
- EBC backs your Yellow Stuff Brake Pads with a 6-month/5,000-mile warranty
Don't be fooled by their color-your EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads are anything but cowardly. They chomp down on your rotors with the highest rated friction of any EBC brake pad. These vise-grip-grade pads are carefully engineered to give you the stopping power you need at the track. They're ideal for dragsters, oval runners, and high-performance street demons alike.
Unlike most racing pads, your EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads have a strong bite even in cold conditions. You won't need to run a couple of laps before you feel the full fury of these brake pads. Plus, they don't make an excessive amount of unsightly dust.
Brakes should be felt, not heard. That's why your EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads sport beveled edges and a center-line slot-they turn down the volume on your brakes. And, the ceramic blend fights off squeal, too.
As direct replacements, your EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads are easy to install. They even come with a 6-month/5,000-mile warranty.
EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by david e (Columbia Falls, MT) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F-350 — Monday at 10:39 PM
I've done at least half a dozen brake jobs on the front of my 2000 F350 and 2002 Ford Excursion. Both are diesels. I've used mid-grade slotted and drilled rotors from a couple different companies as well as the more expensive standard style rotors and the highest quality brake pads I could get at the local parts stores incl. I've used both ceramic and semi-metallic combinations. Never have I had brakes that work this aggressively. Well worth the money. Wish I would have known about them earlier.
Reviewed by Gilbert M (Kilgore, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Hyundai Genesis — May 08, 2018 9:16 AM
When close to stop will squeal loud until bedded in but will still squeal some mostly in Winter. Use brake quiet spray on rotors to help. No big deal to me so is my 2nd buy. Change to dot4 brake fluid gives firm pedal feel where the 3700lb Genesis Coupe is eager to stop like small light weight car with hardly any pedal travel unlike with OEM dot3 so no steel brake lines even needed. The front pads wore to metal at 30k miles with much sport street driving & the rears are still 3/16" thick.
Reviewed by Tyler M (Derry, NH) Reviewed for a 2014 Nissan Frontier — Apr 27, 2018 6:51 PM
Installed on my '14 Nissan Frontier. initial break-in was a little dusty, but once the brake in coating was worn off they began grabbing much harder than the stock pads. My stock pads still had 5mm material remaining after 45k miles. Very pleased with how much better the pads bring me to a stop.
Reviewed by Gary B (SUWANEE, GA) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Sequoia — Apr 16, 2018 4:40 PM
I replaced the original factory pads on my Sequoia at about 60k in November 2017. I don't notice a big difference in the breaking performance over the factory pads. What I don't like about these pads is the dust is TERRIBLE. My front rims were almost black after about 2 months. I cleaned them and then about 2 months later almost black again. Second time I had to scrub the rims with a heavy duty green pad to remove the dust. Something else next time, just because of the dust.