Endless NS97 Low-Steel Street Brake Pads Front Acura TL 04-08
What good is power without control? The ability to stop quickly is just as important as accelerating quickly, especially on a race track. As any weekend racer will tell you, factory brake systems will quickly overheat and fail when put in even moderate track conditions. That means worn pads, warped rotors and expensive repair bills.
Established in 1986, Endless products performance, design, and safety are recognized around the world. Through a close relationship with overseas with WRC, Paris Dakar, Super GT, Super Taikyu, Freshman Class, and a myriad of other renowned race categories, Endless knows first hand how demanding racing is a brake system. Endless strives to continually grow as both a manufacturer of high performance brakes and as an innovator of automotive technology. Endless??_ constant participation in racing allows them to have feedback from professionals putting their vehicles through the most extreme conditions. Endless also develops other brake components including calipers, discs, brake lines and brake fluid. It is Endless??_ goal to produce the highest quality products for the circuit and the street.
The NS97 compound was created after years of developing compounds that maximized characteristics needed for an optimal brake pad in street conditions. The NS97 is an incredible all around street pad, exhibiting very low wear and extending rotor life, with superb initial response and exceptionally low brake dust. It is one of the highest performing street compounds within the Endless lineup. One of the biggest complaints users of high performance brake pads have is the excessive dust they produce. Many drivers have only two choices, constantly clean your wheels or learn to live with filthy wheels??_until now. Endless NS97 pads reduce dust meaning you can spend less time cleaning and more time driving. Recommended for drivers wanting increased bite and increased braking in high temperature situations while still maintaining clean wheels.
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