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EBC Brakes DP21240 Greenstuff 2000 Series Sport Brake Pad

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EBC Greenstuff is a high friction based pad compound designed to improve stopping power on sport sedans and prestige cars for on highway use. The Greenstuff range emits less dust than equivalent semi metallic pads and has been proven in tests to stop a vehicle 20 feet sooner than using stock pads. Pads are fully shimmed chamfered and slotted for silent braking and feature the EBC brake-in surface coating to accelerate pad bed in after install. Greenstuff pads are for spirited street driving, for heavier faster cars see EBC Redstuff or for track and race use see EBC Yellowstuff and new EBC Bluestuff.

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