Cobalt Friction Technologies Inc. is a leading developer and manufacturer of high performance brake friction compounds for professional motorsports and club racing applications. The uncompromising performance and quality of Cobalt Friction Brake Pads, along with their industry leading support and product knowledge, is the reason for their broad and continually expanding customer base in professional motorsports, club racing, and high performance driver education programs. From street and autocross to the highest levels of motorsport competition, Cobalt Friction has a solution to meet your exact performance requirements.
We now have some of Cobalt’s most popular C4, C5 & C6 Corvette Brake Pads available. The highly sought after Cobalt Friction brake pad compounds include their CSR, XR1 & XR2 compounds.
The Cobalt Friction Club Sport R (CSR) Corvette Brake Pads set new levels of performance for the competitive autocross and/or HPDE participant. As compared to competing products the Cobalt Friction CSR Corvette brake pad compound provides a stronger initial bite, higher average torque and improved disc/pad wear. While the Cobalt Friction CSR can be driven on the street to and from events, it is not designed as a replacement for OEM street pads.
Cobalt Friction CSR Corvette Brake Pad Characteristics:
- Temperature Range: 50-1000°F (10-538°C)
- Initial Bite/Attack: Strong
- Torque Level & Ramp Rate: Medium + Medium Ramp
- Modulation: Excellent
- Release: Excellent
- Consistency (across temp. range): Excellent
- Consistency (throughout pad depth): Excellent
- Pad Wear & Finish: Excellent
- Disc Wear & Finish: Excellent
The Cobalt Friction XR1 Corvette Brake Pads combine a very aggressive initial bite/attack and high sustained torque levels with good modulation/threshold control and release characteristics to deliver unparalleled deceleration rates across a broad range of operating conditions. Cobalt Friction’s proprietary Thermo-Velocity Design Profile yields unmatched consistency and torque stability across an extremely broad temperature range, throughout the life of the brake pad material.