- Front: Chevrolet Epica 2006-2004; Suzuki Verona 2006-2004
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Maximum Stopping Power for the Most Extreme Conditions
The fastest growing brake pad line in North America... Evolution Z16 Clean Ride Ceramic Brake Pads from Power Stop are designed for noise-free braking. Their dual rubber-backed shims offer 6x more noise reduction than steel shims. These brake pads are thermal scorched in an oven, simulating a professional high-speed break-in. Pre-curing the pads ensures they're ready to perform right out of the box. The premium ceramic compound is made using OE positive mold technology to maintain a uniform friction density throughout the brake pad; this helps control premature wear and noise.
- Thermal Scorched for Fast Break-In
- More Pad Bite without Extra Dust or Noise
- Uniform Friction Density Controls Premature Wear
- 20% More Stopping Power than Other Leading Brands
- Manufactured under TS16949 Standards to OE Specifications
- Two Layers of Rubber Backing on Shims Significantly Reduce Noise
- True Ceramic Formula Minimizes Dust for Cleaner Wheels & Extends Rotor Life
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