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Northstar Motorsports Newsletter, June 2012

Renee Brushaber
Published: 2012-10-09 09:19:01
Last Updated: 2012-10-09 09:22:08

Pagid Racing Brake Pads


Northstar Motorsports exclusively stocks and sells only Pagid Auto Racing Brake Pads

Pagid pads are designed to produce the highest possible performance levels over a wide range of operating conditions. Pagid pads are produced in a total of seven different compound formulations - each one, the product of thousands of hours of testing and development work. 

Pagid brake pads are available to fit many of the popular racing caliper applications and also may be fitted as an upgrade to many standard calipers for high performance cars.

In addition, Pagid brake pads are fitted as original equipment to some of the most prestigious and powerful production cars in the world including  Porsche and Ferrari. Also, Audi, BMW, Ferrari and Porsche all deliver their factory racecars with Pagid Racing Brake Pads. Most of these cars come with the RS29 compound. This compound is Pagid's newest endurance racing compound that has been very successful at LeMans, Daytona and Secring. 

With facilities in Rossbach and Essen in Germany, Pagid is one of only a small number of companies capable of developing and manufacturing brake friction solutions for use in the premier motorsport competitions including WRC, Formula 3, Formula 3000, NASCAR, Touring Cars, Grand-Am, ALMS and Porsche Super Cup.

Once you try Pagid Racing Brake Pads you too will be convinced that there is nothing better. Use our Pagid Racing Brake Pads Quick Search to find the right pad for your car. If it isn't listed, just give us a call at (800) 356-2080 and we'll help you find the proper pad for your application 

What's the Difference Between Major Brands of Racing Brake Fluids?  

Racing Brake Fluids come in all different colors and temperature ratings. What is the best one for your application depends on several factors such as : How heavy the car is; How fast the car is; What size are the brakes relative to the weight and speed of the car; How much air flow gets to the brakes; and last but not least, How much money you want to spend? Please read our Blog article on Racing Brake Fluid to find out which fluid is the right one for your application.