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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
This is not limited to only 3G's

Would need a min of 10 orders.
5-10% discount for front OR rear pads
10-15% discount for front AND rear pads

If the list hits 15 orders:
10-15% discount on front OR rear pads
15-20% discount on front AND rear pads

1 order = 1 person no matter if you order just fronts or rears or if you ordered front and rear pads.

Money must be sent in for ALL orders before any products ship.

Would be accepting paypal or credit cards. If paying with paypal you will be asked to pay a 3% fee.

Here is some info on the different compounds that Carbotech offers.
Carbotech™ Bobcat 1521™: The Carbotech Bobcat 1521™ is our high performance street compound that is our most successful compound. The Bobcat compound is known for its awesome release and modulation, along with unmatched rotor friendliness. Like our AX™ & XP™ line of compounds, Bobcat 1521™ is a Ceramic based friction material offering minimal rotor damage and non corrosive dust. Bobcat 1521™ offers outstanding performance, even when cold, low dusting and low noise with an excellent initial bite. This compound’s virtually perfect linear torque production provides incredible braking force without ABS intervention. Bobcat 1521™ operating range starts out at ambient and goes up to 900°F. Bobcat 1521™ is suitable for ALL street cars, perfect for your tow vehicle, police cruiser, and has won multiple SCCA Solo 2 and Prosolo National Championships. The Bobcat 1521™ compound has been found to last two-three times longer than OE pads you can purchase at a dealership or national retailer. Bobcat 1521™ compound has also been found to extend the life of your rotors 2-3 times. That’s one of the beauties of Carbotech Ceramic brake compounds. Bobcat 1521™ is NOT recommended for any track use.

Carbotech™ AX6™ (1106™): The AX6™ takes the place of the Panther Plus™ compound that was so successful. AX6™ was specifically engineered for Autocross applications. A high torque brake compound delivering reliable and consistent performance over a very wide operating temperature range (150°F to 1250°F +). Advanced compound matrix provides an excellent initial “bite”, high coefficient of friction, and very progressive brake modulation and release characteristics. AX6™ offers high fade resistance, rotor friendliness at all temperatures, excellent cold stopping power, and non corrosive dust. As a result, AX6™ is an excellent choice for Autocross & novice track day drivers and beginner high performance driver education (HPDE) drivers on street driven cars using street tires eliminating the need to change brake pads at the track. AX6™ has gained tremendous popularity with SCCA Prosolo/Solo2 competitors for its fantastic bite, release & modulation. Many drivers use the AX6™ for street driving as well, even though Carbotech doesn’t recommend street driving with AX6™ due to possible elevated levels of dust and noise. AX6™ is NOT a race compound, and should not be used as such. AX6™ shouldn’t be used by any intermediate or advanced track day drivers, and should not be used with “R” compound tires (racing tires). Cars in excess of 300hp and/or 3,000lbs should not use AX6™ for any track use.

Carbotech XP8™ (1108™): A high torque brake compound with a wide operating temperature range (200°F-1350°F+). Carbotech XP8™ is the first of our racing compounds. Outstanding initial bite at race temperatures, high coefficient of friction, excellent modulation and release characteristics. Extremely high fade resistance, very rotor friendly with 100% non-corrosive dust. Excellent as a front brake pad for lighter ITA, ITB, ITC, SRF, H4, H5, and other cars that weigh less than 2,400lbs. Perfect for novice, intermediate and advanced track day (HPDE) use with any tire, and can still be driven safely to and from the track. There are several vehicles that use XP8™ on the street, autocross, and at track day (HPDE) events. Carbotech does NOT recommended XP8™ as a daily driven street pad due to elevated levels of dust and noise. XP8™ is also a great rear brake pad for almost any race car (Spec Miata-T1/T2/CMC). XP8™ is a great compound on the front & rear of most open wheel and sports racers.

Carbotech™ XP10™ (1110™): 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.

Carbotech™ XP12™ (1112™): The latest iteration of the highly successful XP™ series of compounds with an extremely high initial bite, torque and fade resistance than compound XP10™. XP12™ is a world leading friction compound that is unmatched as a Ceramic racing compound, with a temperature range of 250°F to 2000°F+. The XP12™ still has that excellent Carbotech release and modulation that has made all other Carbotech compounds so successful. The XP12™ is the most rotor aggressive compound Carbotech offers, but compared to the competition the XP12™ is still very rotor friendly and contains 100% non-corrosive dust. XP12™ is recommended only for expert/very advanced drivers. XP12™ is found to be most affective on race cars weighing 2,400lbs or more using R-Compound tires; or street cars weighing 3,200lbs or more for track use only. Ideal for LMP1, LMP2, DP, T1, T2, T3, H1, H2, GT1, GT2, GT3, TC, GT, ST, GS, MX-5 Cup, etc… XP12™ is NOT recommended for use as a daily driven street pad due to possible elevated levels of dust and noise.

Carbotech™ XP16™ (1601™): The second compound to be released this year from Carbotech. It is a step up from the highly successful XP12 compound. The XP16™ leads the highly touted XP™ series line of compounds from Carbotech. With an extremely, and we mean extremely high initial bite, torque and fade resistance than compound XP12™. XP16™ is a world leading friction compound that is unmatched as a Ceramic racing compound, with a temperature range of 250°F to 2000°F+. Carbotech XP16™ still has outstanding release and modulation that has made all other Carbotech compounds so successful. The XP16™ is the most rotor aggressive compound Carbotech makes, but compared to it's competition the XP16™ is still very rotor friendly and contains 100% non-corrosive dust. XP16™ is recommended only for expert/very advanced drivers. XP16™ is found to be most affective on race cars weighing 3,000lbs or more using R-Compound tires only. Ideal for sprint use only in classes such as T1, T2, H1, GT1, GT2, GT3, GT, GS, DP, P1, P2, etc… Not recommended for use as a daily driven street pad due to possible elevated levels of dust and noise.
Link to the Carbotech site.

Here is a pricing chart just for an example.


1.B-Rad - F&R - XP12
2.s_mi11er - F&R - XP6
3.IAmTheSTIG-F&R - POSSIBLY
 

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Discussion Starter · #3 · (Edited)
Any kind of car they make pads for, is included in this GB :bigthumb:

Here is what is available for the EVO
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2003-2005      Bobcat   AX6  	 XP8  	 XP10  	 XP12
F: CT1001A 	$159 	$198 	$227 	$248 	 $259
R: CT961 	 $99 	$119    $139    $149 	 $169
So just take 5-10-15% off those and your set ;-)

I do have this listing on other boards and there are 3 people interested over there.
 

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They are more prone to taking abuse unlike more stock replacement pads. Thats why there are so many different compounds to pick from.

A lot of the 3000GT guys love these pads because of that reason, they stand up to the abuse they throw at them.
 

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how long do you think this will go on for? my pads are due for a overhaul. (my ceramic pads have been whining a lot whenever it rains or i dont wash my rotors enough. (brakedust))
 

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how long do you think this will go on for? my pads are due for a overhaul. (my ceramic pads have been whining a lot whenever it rains or i dont wash my rotors enough. (brakedust))
As soon as the list hits 10, I will pm everyone asking for the payment for the pads. And nothing will be ordered or sent out until ALL the orders are paid for. I am hoping this will take less than a week to get all the payments in. If you don't have money for things, don't sign up for them.
 

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How do these compare to Hawk, BBC, & Satisfied?

I have never seen these on any car raced at the track. I don't care about dust or noise, I am only interested in a full track brake pad that would go on Evo Brakes.
The one 3000GT guy that asked me if we carried them is the person that introduced me to this company.

He has a 600 AWHP car and will not run anything but these bads in his car. He loves them. Which after searching on the 3SI boards, seems a lot of the guys over there run these pads also. And searching around the net and finding out more info about the company and there pads, I haven't seen much of anything as far as people disliking them.

These pads seem to be more suited for the guy who goes and takes his car to the track and works the braking system hard.

Personally I can't tell you if they are better than one company or the other, since I have not used them myself. But the next time i'm do for pads, I will be slapping in a set of these pads. Also, they do have more choices of compounds than most of the other companies I have seen.
 
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