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Project Mu Club Racer Brake Pads

Dec 3, 2009

Project Mu Co., Ltd is setting the new standard for competition racing brake pads. Project Mu Co., Ltd is proud to announce the release of their latest brake pad series, the CLUB RACER. The CLUB RACER pad was developed using input and data from professional drivers around the world. The CLUB RACER pads feature proprietary asbestos free Carbon Metal brake compound capable of withstanding temperatures up to 800° Celsius (+1400° Fahrenheit). Drivers will notice excellent pedal feed back and brake modulation, virtually zero brake fade, and consistent stopping power every lap. The Club RACER brake pads will be available at the start of the 2010 racing season for Japanese, European, and Domestic vehicles.

Starting @ $170.00 MSRP per axle.

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Factory Brembo/Akebono equipped vehicles extra.

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Aftermarket Caliper Pads also available by special order. (Brembo, AP, Alcon, Wilwood, Stoptech, etc)

Pad Specifications
- Material Carbon Metal/Asbestos Free
- Applicable Rotor Temperature 200~800℃
- Friction Coefficient 0.45~0.59μ

Sources

Mackin Industries
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
562-946-6820
http://www.mackinindustries.com

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