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EBCDP31140C Redstuff 3000 Brake Pad Set - Ceramic, Direct Fit

Part #: E35DP31140C | Mfr #: DP31140C

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  • Series: EBC Redstuff 3000
  • Location: Front Or Rear
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: 2-Wheel Set
  • Recommended Use: Street Performance
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Asbestos Free: Yes
  • Does Not Include: Brake sensor
  • Includes: Shims
  • Warranty: 3-month or 5,000-mile EBC warranty excluding wear and tear or race use
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Product reviews

Great product by mm_nojesl, January 22, 2011

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It made my baby breaks like it's new again. Cheap too. Worth every penny :))


Stops on a Dime by SilverS60R, April 2, 2009

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Well with Brembos and these pads where can you go wrong.


Best brakes for XJR by Jagman, January 12, 2009

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If you drive a Jaguar XJR, these are the brakes you want! The OEM are Brembo and are over $500 from Jaguar! The EBCs are about 40% of that. Not only that, but they stop the car like you've thrown an anchor out the back!! No sqealing either. We will have to see how they wear; I'll write an update.


EBC red stuff by Mr.Jobs, September 28, 2008

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Good break pads. It is an excellent choice for my Jaguar S-Type R. The EBC break pads are painted (thus the name Red Stuff) which alters the dimensions of the pads. This makes a difference on tight tolerances of the performance Brembo brakes of the Jaguar S-Type R, causing the brake pads to not fit. I actually had to sand the edges of the EBC break pads, removing the red paint off. This allowed it to fit properly in the Brembo calipers.