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Performance Rotors & Ebc Pads - R50/52/53 Mini Cooper & S

Performance Rotors & Ebc Pads - R50/52/53 Mini Cooper & S

Performance Rotors & Ebc Pads - R50/52/53 Mini Cooper & S

Performance Rotors & Ebc Pads - R50/52/53 Mini Cooper & S

Performance Rotors & Ebc Pads - R50/52/53 Mini Cooper & S
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Description
Stop faster and safer with this front rotor and brake pad upgrade! The Zimmerman drilled rotors allow lower friction temperatures and a more positive pad contact by allowing hot brake gasses to escape. EBC Greenstuff Brake Pads deliver increased stopping power, reduced brake fade and reduces wheel dust over many aftermarket semi-metallic offerings. The Greenstuff material reduces pad-to-disc operating temperature by up to 200 degrees while offering high initial 'bite'. Features factory style spring clips for accurate and quiet operation.

Each kit includes one pair of brake rotors and set of pads. Select Front or Rear.

Read about Zimmerman Rotors here.
More details about EBC Green Pads here..

Fits:

2002-2006 R50 MINI Cooper and R53 Cooper S Hatchback
2005-2008 R52 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Convertibles

Brake fluid should be replaced every 2 years. See ATE Performance Brake Fluid for replacement brake fluid. ATE Type 200 Amber is a high quality performance fluid that will last much longer than the standard DOT4 fluid. This is an ABS friendly fluid.

ATE® Type 200 Amber Fluid has a dry boiling point of 536F and a wet boiling point of 396F which far exceeds standard brake fluids meeting the DOT 4 requirements. This fluid is NOT SILICONE and is compatible with conventional brake fluid. 100% synthetic fluid is specifically designed to resist the high temperatures of racing brakes and yet very suitable for daily driving.

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