Discontinued - No longer available.
A medium friction racing compound with good cold friction and fading resistance up to 500 degrees C (930 degrees F). the 4-2 compound has an acceptable rotor wear rate and a very good modulation (adjustment).
This compound has a very good fade resistance and a higher average friction value than the RS 4-2. It is rotor friendly with a predictable, non-aggressive friction behavior (stable torque). Fading resistance up to 560 degrees C (1,050 degrees F). It is a very good rear compound for Touring car applications in combination with RS 14 front pads. It’s main application is Porsche 911 and 944 racing. It is used for either sprint or endurance racing; also for front and rear axles.
This is a medium high friction value ceramic type compound with very good modulation, high fade resistance, low heat conductivity, and a good wear rate up to a temperature of 650 degrees C (1,200 degrees F). This pad is kind to rotors, with visible grooving, but with a limitation of hairline cracks.
Discontinued - No longer available.
Best compound for endurance racing on the basis of the RS 14. A slight reduction of the friction value improves the modulation. Nevertheless, the friction value is enough for cars without power-assisted brake system and ensures comfortable low effort on the brake pedal. Constant temperatures up to 600 degrees C (1,100 degrees F) are possible. The combination fo friction value, fading stability, and low wear rates on pads and rotors realized with this pad compound is unmatched. However, due to its outstanding wear rate and drivability also works well for sprint races. This pad is a multiple winner of Daytona 24h, LeMans 24h, Sebring 12h, Spa 24h, Nurburgring 24h, often with no pad change and usually no rotor change.
RS29 combines the outstanding wear rate of the RS19 with a slightly higher coefficient of friction and initial bite. Due to its excellent drivability, PAGID endurance materials are also often used for sprint races. Application: All endurance racing cars from Group N (World Challenge, IMSA Continental Cup), Group A up to GT and Sport-Prototypes (IMSA DP). The RS 29 pad can be used in street and track applications although in street use squeeling and heavy dusting will occur.
Sprint race and track day compound for all known types of ceramic brake discs. This medium friction material features an ideal combination of cold friction, fade resistance and low thermal oxidation of the disc surface fibers.
Special race compound for ceramic discs with a high content of fibers in the friction surface. Excellent fading stability, medium high friction level and low pad wear.
Special race compound for Ceramic discs with low content of fibers in the friction surface. Excellent fading stability, very high friction level and low pad wear.
High friction compound designed for long distance /endurance racing with very good pad and disc wear, as well as friction stability vs temperature. Low pedal effort, slightly progressive in-stop behavior but still good modulation. The RSL 1 pads are especially sensitive to the proper bedding procedure. Do not bed these pads on the street.
Medium high friction compound based on the RSL1 compound but with lower friction levels and improved pad and disc life as well as friction stability v, temperature. The RSL2 pads are also especially sensitive to the proper bedding procedure. Do not bed these pads on the street.
Very high friction compound with very good initial bite and a progressive torque curve. Very fade resistant. Suitable for applications with high downforce and/or very high grip. Although the RST 1 has very good modulation, it might have an excessive bite for some applications. This pad works best when used with slicks. DOT race tires may not have enough grip to avoid locking the wheels and flat spotting the tires.
Medium high friction and fade resistant compound with a mild progressive torque curve and good pedal feel. Recommended for GT racing and Touring Car on tracks where higher temperatures are an issue. Although the RST 2 has very good modulation, it might have an excessive bite for some applications. This pad works best when used with slicks. DOT race tires may not have enough grip to avoid locking the wheels and flat spotting the tires.
High friction metal-ceramic type compound with good initial bite and still excellent modulation and release characteristics. Medium torque, fade resistant up to 800 degrees C (1472 degrees F). Lowest heat conductivity in the RST range. Although the RST 3 has very good modulation, it might have an excessive bite for some applications. This pad works best when used with slicks. DOT race tires may not have enough grip to avoid locking the wheels and flat spotting the tires.
Medium friction semi metallic resin bonded compound containing steel fibers. This compound has high temperature resistance with good initial bite and a mild progressive torque curve.
Using state-of-the-art compounds in shapes engineered to fit the brake calipers of many classic race cars. Pagid RSH is both for the distinguished gentleman racer and for the serious professional. RSH29E is a medium to high friction long distance compound with very good thermal stability in respect to friction, pad wear and disc wear. Low pedal effort, slightly progressive in-stop behavior and good modulation. Excellent pad wear rate under endurance conditions, excellent disc life. Less aggressive than RSH3 giving best possible brake balance, modulation and consistency of friction.