What are PFC Brakes?

What are PFC Brakes?

PFC Brakes : Performance Friction : Performance Friction Brakes.

Where are PFC brakes made?

Clover, South Carolina
Head inside PFC Brakes’ amazing facility and learn how high-performance rotors, pads, calipers, and related braking accessories are made with “no compromises” in Clover, South Carolina.

What brand of brakes does NASCAR use?

— NASCAR and FDP Friction Science, a leading manufacturer and supplier of brake pads, announced today a new agreement that designates the Duralast brand as the ‘Official Brakes of NASCAR.

What are severe duty rotors?

Duralast Severe Duty Brake Rotors are built to provide consistent stopping power for heavy vehicles and payloads. The advance carbon formulation delivers tailored heat resistance for heavy stop-and-go commercial and fleet vehicles. For the best performance, pair with Duralast Severe Duty Brake Pads.

Are carbon metallic brakes good?

Performance Friction Carbon Metallic brake pads are their most popular brake pad and are well suited for most driving needs, including spirited street driving. Carbon metallic pads will outlast the competition 2 to 3 times and are the pad best suited for most daily driving needs.

Do NASCAR drivers slow down?

Whenever a caution flag is put up, all drivers must slow down. They are also used for pit stops. After all, the car literally has to stop.

Does NASCAR use power steering?

NASCAR does make use of power steering. The cars are heavier and more difficult to control, so making use of power steering is the safer option. It also allows for better wheel to wheel racing, which is what the NASCAR series is all about.

Which is better semi metallic or ceramic brake pads?

Ceramic brake pads typically last longer than semi-metallic brake pads, and through their lifespan, provide better noise control and less wear-and-tear to rotors, without sacrificing braking performance.

Do performance brakes last longer?

Premium brake pads use higher quality materials which typically have lower wear, and therefore a longer service life. Some pads are designed specifically for longer service life and will also wear more evenly than lower quality pads. It is important to pair new pads with new rotors to capitalize on this benefit.