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DBA SP500 Front Brake Pads
Subaru STI 2004-2017 / Mitsubishi Evo / OEM Brembo Applications
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct proudly carries a great selection of high-performance braking components for your race car or daily driver brought to you by DBA.
These are the DBA SP500 Street Performance Brake Pads that are intended for the driver who wants a brake pad designed to improve braking performance over factory-style brake pads but without the inherent harshness of trackpads. These particular brake pads have been crafted with copper-free ceramic materials that don't produce a whole lot of dust to be an exceptional direct brake pad replacement. This brake pad can operate at temperatures in excess of 500°C while maintaining great stopping power.
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REVIEWS & CUSTOMER MEDIA
Great Pads!! Basically a step up from OEM without any noise. Super quiet and super clean on my DBA 4000 T slots.
Got a set of these to replace a set of Hawk HP Plus pads for daily driving. The Hawks pads were very noisy at low speeds and incredibly annoying. Right away you can tell the pad feel is close to stock with a little extra bite. Brake torque isn't aggressive but very manageable. I have driven on these for a few days now and I am very satisfied with the overall feel and performance as well as haven't heard a peep in light or heavy braking. 2017 WRX running OEM STI Brembos on DBA T3 rotors, Stoptech SS lines and Motul brake fluid.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Break in? Shims? dapinglo232824 years agoDo these brake pads need to be broken in? And do they come with shims and if not can I use the factory shims?
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A: Hi, thank you for your interest in our Brake Pads these pads need to be bedded in. They do come with shims in the carton thank you again!dbausahelene @ DBA 4 years ago
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