If you want better brake pads
for the street, consider Axxis. Axxis pads are
Bendix Mintex in Australia. Formerly marketed under the
brand names PBR and Repco, they are now sold in the United States under the
pads (formerly called Axxis Deluxe Plus) are perfect if you are looking for an extremely low dust pad that is also
very quiet and rotor friendly, yet has the grip and fade resistance required for
performance cars. These ceramic-enhanced organic pads continue to work well at temperatures
up to 716
°F, similar to OEM pads.
The only thing you give up is the dust! So stop washing brake dust off your wheels every few days
without giving up any braking performance!
pads (formerly called Axxis Ultimate) use a Kevlar®
and ceramic strengthened formula for enhanced performance. Not considered
a low-dust pad, but usually produces slightly less dust than original factory
pads. The ULT produces maximum
braking friction when cold, yet have tremendous fade resistance at temperatures
up to 932 °F. The
coefficient of friction is high enough to produce a noticeable reduction in
brake pedal effort over stock pads. Fine for autocross or for your first
track event or driving school, assuming street tires and a low to medium
Once you make the jump to Intermediate level, and certainly if you use R-compound race tires, then we
recommend moving up to dedicated race pads.
KEVLAR is a registered
trademark of E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company.
Axxis Brake pad performance
for bedding in new brake pads
To order, click here:
and then locate your vehicle
along the left side of the on-line store page. Or, feel free to call us at
(800)222-8893 for help selecting the proper parts.