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Ferodo DS1.11 Brake Pads AP Racing CP5040 | CP9449 | CP9450 | CP9451 D42

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Ferodo

Model #FRP3018WB


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Description:

Replacement pads for AP Racing by Essex Brake Kits using CP9449, 9450 and 9451 calipers with a D42 radial depth disc.

The DS1.11 has a lower mu than the DS3.12 at all temperatures and can be characterized as a moderate mu pad vs. other endurance racing compounds. They require more pedal force than the DS3.12, and they have a slightly declining torque curve as temperatures rise. As they get hotter and you dive deeper into a turn, you may feel like you need to push a little harder on the brake pedal to elicit the same response (which is a feel many drivers actually prefer). Some drivers feel that the DS1.11 is more controllable on street tires than DS3.12 since ABS cannot be activated as easily. It will last a fairly long time vs. many other pad compounds on the market but does not last quite as long as the DS3.12. They are very gentle on discs at track temperatures when a proper pad transfer layer is maintained. The DS1.11 also has an outstanding max temp and fade resistance, just not quite as high as 3.12. We're not aware of anyone who has faded them, and most people differentiate between the DS1.11 and DS3.12 based on feel.

Key Features:

  • Fade Resistance and Max Operating Temperature:DS1.11 also has an outstanding max temp and fade resistance, just not quite as high as 3.12.We?re not aware of anyone who has faded them, and most people differentiate between the DS1.11 and DS3.12 based on feel.
  • Durability / Wear Rate (Miles per Pad Swap):DS1.11 is also an endurance racing compound. It will last a fairly long time vs. many other pad compounds on the market but does not last quite as long as the DS3.12. They are very gentle on discs at track temperatures when a proper pad transfer layer is maintained.
  • Feel, Feedback, Stability, and Torque Curve (Not Ranked in Any Order):The DS1.11 has a lower mu than the DS3.12 at all temperatures and can be characterized as a moderate mu pad vs. other endurance racing compounds. They require more pedal force than the DS3.12, and they have a slightly declining torque curve as temperatures rise. As they get hotter and you dive deeper into a turn, you may feel like you need to push a little harder on the brake pedal to elicit the same response (which is a feel many drivers actually prefer). Some drivers feel that the DS1.11 is more controllable on street tires than DS3.12 since ABS cannot be activated as easily.
  • Manners (Cold Bite, Noise, Dust, Disc Wear):For most people the DS1.11 has an unacceptable noise level when driven cold. They squeal and scrape when cold, and even sometimes when hot. Some owners drive them to and from the track, but they definitely aren?t ?date night? pads. Cold bite is not especially good, but they aren?t quite as harsh on discs as the DS3.12 when cold due to their lower mu (which falls between the DS2500 and DS3.12). Dust is like most other race pads, but not corrosive or problematic.
  • Price:DS1.11 is produced using many of the same ingredients as DS3.12 and carries a similar price tag.
  • Dimensions= 132.4 x 55 x 16.7 mm, D42
  • Compound: DS1-11
Fitment:
  • 9999 AP Racing CP5040 D42
  • 9999 AP Racing CP9449 D42
  • 9999 AP Racing CP9450 D42
  • 9999 AP Racing CP9451 D42

Other Part Numbers:
Ferodo #11 FRP3018WB-N

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Federal-Moguls Ferodo brand was born in England in 1897. The founder of Ferodo was Herbert Frood who set up the first company in the world to be entirely dedicated to the design and manufacture of friction products. Today, Ferodo products are specified by the worlds leading vehicle manufacturers and are used by many of the top names in motorsports. The Ferodo product range includes some of the most advanced braking materials available.

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