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New range of high-performance shims help reduce caliper overheat and the onset of brake fade in track and race conditions
EBC Brakes Racing – the motorsport arm of EBC Brakes – is pleased to announce the launch of its titanium motorsport brake pad shims for a range of applications.
The reusable perforated shims offer impressive heat insulation between the brake pads and caliper, in turn dropping caliper temperatures up to a massive 90°F, as well as reducing the onset of brake fade and improving the lifespan of piston seals.
Best suited in dealing with the extreme temperatures found in motorsport, EBC Brakes Racing’s titanium brake pad shims are available now for a wide range of high-performance car applications.

EBC Brakes Racing Titanium Motorsport Brake Pad Shims
– Laser-cut from titanium sheet and perforated to reduce heat transfer from pad to caliper by around 90°F (32°C).
– Significantly improves on the design of many stock road pads shims which are often rubberised and prone to compressing.
– Designed to benefit all types of brake pads, including race pads and other semi-metallic brake pads.
– Can be re-used at pad change unless damaged.
– Helps reduce the onset of brake fade and extend the life of caliper piston seals.
– Complemented by EBC Brakes Racing’s range of high-performance motorsport brake pads, including the RP™ and SR™ ranges.
– Available for a range of applications now.
– A must-have for improving the longevity of any race car’s braking system.

Key Info
– Available for the front axles of a wide range of sports car applications. Full application list here:
– Find out where to buy yours by clicking this link: Where To Buy - EBC Brakes or heading to EBC Brakes Direct | EBC Brake Pads | EBC Brake Discs (UK/EU) or Perfect Brakes | EBC Brake Pads | EBC Rotors (USA)

** For anyone that would like particular pad shapes that are not listed I will be putting together a spreadsheet and passing it onto the race department, if there are enough orders of particular shapes it is likely we can make them. Tooling for a one-off single order is very costly and not worthwhile unfortunately, but if there are 5-10 orders it would be worthwhile. I will be asking across all of the forums we are a part of, so even if there are only one or two here there may be more on another forum.

If you would like to have shims made for your pads, please message me directly in the inbox, include in your message the year/model car you have as well as the pad specifics if known.

Thank you.
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