G-Loc Brake Pads for Kenny Brown Pro 4R by Baer Race Brakes

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    AVAILABLE FOR FRONT OR REAR CALIPERS

    FIRST - CHOOSE FROM KENNY’S CHOICE BRAKE COMPOUNDS
    NEXT - CHOOSE STANDARD OR PRE-BEDDED (RACE-READY)
    LAST - ENJOY BETTER STOPPING POWER AND HEAT RANGE

     

      PS-1 - Performance Street

      The PS-1 is our high-performance street compound.  PS-1 produces very little dust and very little noise, while maintaining excellent initial bite and torque for street use.  PS-1 has been unmatched in the industry for disc/rotor friendliness as well as its longevity. This compounds excellent performance on the street provides incredible braking force without ABS intervention. PS-1 operating range starts at ambient up to 800°F (426°C). PS-1 is suitable for ALL street cars, tow vehicle, fleet vehicle, and armored vehicles. PS-1 is NOT recommended for ANY track use.

      A6 - Autocross

      The A6 has been specifically engineered for Autocross applications. An ultra-high cold torque compound delivering consistent performance from dead cold (0°F) up to 1000°F + (0°C to 537°C+). The advanced compound matrix provides an excellent initial bite, high coefficient of friction at lower temperatures along with very progressive brake modulation and release characteristics. The A6 compound is widely used for street use as well, but this compound will more than likely make noise on the street.  Kenny does not recommend street driving on with A6 due to possible elevated levels of dust and noise. A6 is NOT recommended for road racing (closed circuit) use in most applications.

      T10R - Track Rear

      The T10R compound still maintains our smooth release, excellent modulation and rotor friendliness that have been engineered into all previous compounds.   The T10R is excellent on the front or Rear matched with T10F on the Front.  The compound leads the industry in disc/rotor friendliness. The T10R has a broad temperature range that begins at 118°F and a fade resistance is in excess of 1475°F (47°C – 801°C). Kenny does NOT recommended T10R for daily use on the street due to elevated levels of dust and noise.

      T12F - Track Front

      Raising the bar even higher is the RT2F compound with an excellent initial bite, high and consistent torque, and outstanding fade resistance over and above the T10R.  T12F has a temperature range of 173°F to 1860°F (78°C to 1015°C). The T12F continues our excellent release and modulation that has been engineered into all previous compounds. The T12R is slightly more disc/rotor aggressive than T10R but more disc/rotor friendly compared to our competition. Kenny does NOT recommended T12F for daily use on the street due to elevated levels of dust and noise.

      R16 - Race

      The R16 is an extremely aggressive initial bite, linear torque curve and excellent fade resistance compound from our lineup of R-Series compounds.  The R16 is a natural progression of the extraordinarily successful R-Series line of compounds.  R16 has a temperature range of 255°F to 2000°F (123°C to 1093°C).   R16 maintains the philosophy of modulation and release that has been the foundation of all other R-Series compounds.  Kenny does NOT recommended R16 for daily use on the street due to elevated levels of dust and noise and the amount of heat needed to work properly.

      SR18 - Super Race

      The SR18 is the pinnacle compound of the R-Series compounds.  SR18 is based on the same successful principals and fundamentals that exist in all other R-Series formulations. SR18 has more initial bite, overall bite, and even more controllable torque.  The SR18 offers the absolute most linear torque curve we have ever created.  The thermal characteristics and coefficient of friction are of the highest offered by anyone in the braking industry.  This revolutionary compound will lead the way in all major forms of racing (professionally and grassroots).  SR18 has a temperature range of 610°F to 2100°F+ (321°C to 1149°C+).  Kenny does NOT recommended SR18 for daily use on the street due to elevated levels of dust and noise and the amount of heat needed to work properly.