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Carbotech XP10 Brake Pads AUDI TT


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Part #: CT687-XP10
Notes: XP10 Brake Pads
Your Price: $197.00
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Specs

Position Front

All Fitments

AUDI
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
2000 - 2006 TT ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL
2000 - 2006 TT QUATTRO BASE L4 1.8 T AMU
ATC
AWP
BEA
GAS
VOLKSWAGEN
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
2002 - 2007 BEETLE 2.5 L4 1.8 N AWP GAS Excl Convertible
2003 - 2006 BEETLE 2.5 L4 1.8 N AWP GAS Convertible
1996 - 1998 GOLF GTI VR6 V6 2.8 N AAA GAS
1999 - 2005 GOLF GTI L4 1.8
2.0
N
T
AEG
AWD
AWP
AWW
GAS
2003 - 2005 GOLF GTI VR6 V6 2.8 ALL BDF ALL
1996 - 1996 JETTA GLX V6 2.8 N AAA GAS Front Disc; Excl Wagon
1996 - 1997 PASSAT GLX V6 2.8 N AAA GAS

Product Description

When Carbotech unleashed the XP10 to the general public, and it was an instant success, gathering multiple regional, divisional, and national championships. The XP10 is a very high initial bite friction material, with a coefficient of friction and rotor friendliness unmatched in the industry. Fade resistance is in excess of 1650°F.

Due to the high level of friction and bite, this material is recommended for cars weighing around 2,000lbs or more, not including formula cars and cars with brake bias bars weighing less than 2,000lbs. This is the preferred compound for the front of Spec Miata racers, SSC,SSB, T3, SRF, ITS, ITE, H1,H2, H3, H4, 944 Cup, ST, GS, Factory Five Cobra’s and many more Grand-Am/ALMS/SCCA/NASA classes.

XP10 is also ideal for advanced/instructor level HPDE drivers. XP10 still maintains the highly praised release and excellent modulation, rotor friendliness, and 100% non-corrosive dust that have made all Carbotech compounds so successful. XP10 is not recommended as a daily-driven street pad due to possible elevated levels of dust and noise.

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