Wiring in the front pad set is included to facilitate use of the factory pad wear sensor system. Simply plug the bullet connectors from the pads into your factory harness and rest assured knowing your pad wear indicator light will function as it should. All magic pads come with our anti-noise shields pre-installed, included in the price.
The GiroDisc S/S or "street/strip" pads represent the ultimate in high performance brake pads. The semi-metallic compound maintains a consistent coefficient of friction from 0 to 1000 degrees making them an ideal option for people that are looking for a dual purpose pad that will work well on both the street and the race track. The formula has very little compressibility ensuring a very firm pedal and immediate bite which has made the S/S pads a favorite among people who autocross and those who demand the most out of their street cars. Inevitably these will dust more than Magic pads however with the addition of anti-noise shims that come on every set of pads they will not make any noise if they are bed in properly.
These are a direct fit for the front and rear of a Ferrari 458 with iron rotors.
Raybesto ST-43 RACING Pads (458 Challenge ONLY)
Raybestos ST-43 are a good intermediate track pad. Very aggressive, yet easy on the rotors as far as racing pads go. They are down slightly on overall friction and initial bite from the most aggressive offerings, with the flipside being lower running temps and increased component life. Make no mistake, these pads are the real deal with many customers running them in Ferrari Challenge cars, Evo's, STi's, Vipers, Corvettes and more. If you rely on ABS, these pads will be more forgiving with their initial bite. These were developed for NASCAR (read heavy, high-horsepower, lots of tire and downforce). Run what the winners run!
- These pads are recommended for track use only.
- They are very aggressive and require being brought up to operating temperature for best performance.
- Noise is to be expected with racing compounds.
- Temperature Rating: 1200°F
- Hot 1200°F Average Friction Mu: 0.380