Endless Racing

Endless Racing

Brake Pads - Endless

Endless is best known in competition for its unique Endurance Racing pads which were first made famous at Bathurst on the winning Larry Perkins car in 1995. Endless also produce a range of street / competition pads which have been used successfully in Rallying and in GT Production circuit racing.

They are noted for:

  • Excellent cold performance
  • Excellent modulation - can be taken to almost lockup and held at that point
  • Fade free up to 800°C
  • Good wear on discs

There are many compounds available, but those the most commonly used for excellent street performance are:

 

Endless NA-R

This compound is recommended by Endless for Rallying, as well as road / club motor sport use. It has excellent cold performance, and has been used successfully in the GT Performance racing category on Subaru Sti at race tracks where hard braking and high temperatures are encountered. A good all-round pad. We keep a range of Japanese performance car shapes in stock in NA-R.
 

Endless N84N

This is a development of the original Endless Endurance compound MA45 often used on V8 Supercars at Bathurst. It is a special use compound due to its high cost, and is often used in Production Car racing where the production brakes encounter high temperatures when used in competition. Although it is expensive, it can prove to be economical as it may outlast several sets of less expensive pads and maintain its performance under high temperature conditions.
 

Endless ME90

ME90 is used in the V8 Supercar category where its combination of high friction, excellent controllability and good disc life offers some teams an advantage over less driver-friendly aggressive compounds. Its higher cost is offset by its lower wear rate under difficult conditions.
 

Endless ME20

ME20 is used in the V8 Supercar category where its combination of high friction, excellent controllability and good disc life offers some teams an advantage over less driver-friendly aggressive compounds. It offers improved braking performance over ME90 but has a higher wear rate.
 

Endless YC26A

This compound is proven to perform well on both street and ttrack, thie cermaic carbon metal basd compound has the ability to perform over a wider range of temperatures. On the street at low temperatures, this pad performs well and is easier on brake rotors than most semi-metallic pads. Usually, semi-metallic pads sacrifice initial bite to perform better at higher temperatures. At higher temperatures it provides good pedal feel with a stable co-efficient of friction.