If you simply need a quality OEM replacement pad, look no further than Ultimax. Made in the UK Bristol EBC Brakes manufacturing plant Ultimax is a beautifully engineered brake compound that lasts well, produces minimal dust and is the perfect choice for the urban or daily driver. Why spend more if all you need is a quality replacement pad.
The Ultimax pad does include a small percentage of steel fibre to achieve its price point, far less content than our competition where steel fibre content can attain 50% volume and this optimum fibre blend is what makes Ultimax both popular and unique amongst brake blends. Once bedded in Ultimax will inspire confidence in any car light truck or SUV no matter how you drive.
Its universal heat range abilities and low rotor wear are additional benefits of the Ultimax pad range which is the EBC worldwide number one selling brake with numbers of sets sold running into tens of millions over the recent years. Unlike many of our performance grades Ultimax has remain unchanged as a pad compound for ten years now, a true testament to its success and customer acceptance. Why change a winning formula.
Black coded in the EBC range EBC Ultimax is a fully ECE R 90 approved brake pad range and at its lower price point, less than HALF the price of original parts yet TOTALLY EQUIVALENT by nature of its R 90 brake safety approval, Ultimax offers great value for money and first class driving safety.
When replacing brakes of any kind please remember how important brake safety is to your own well being and either have a professional mechanic install your new brakes or if you are a qualified mechanic use the EBC installation DVD as a guide in support of your vehicle owner’s manual. These installation guide DVD tasters can be viewed here and the full DVD purchased from online vendors.
Always replace brake pads when replacing rotors, it is false economy to use worn or old pads on new rotors as these can cause hot spots and promote brake fade and more than double bed in time. This is both dangerous and bad economics. Always turn or replace rotors when changing pads. If your vehicle was suffering from brake vibration, just changing the pad won’t necessarily cure the problem, the brake rotor will also need changing or turning.