Brembo Z04 Pad Shape C Racing Brake Pads
For Brembo M4 / M430 / M50 / GP4-RX & GP4-RS Calipers
Record-breaking performance, durability and safety.
The actual same pads supplied by Brembos racing division to championship-winning World Superbike and World Supersport Championship teams, are now available from UKRS to you for your sports bikes calipers for track day and race use.
The Brembo high performance brake pad range was developed exclusively for racing and designed to offer unparalleled performance in the most demanding race conditions: with greater braking control, greater system stability, increased braking power, outstanding resistance to high temperatures and reduced wear and reduced wear (i.e., these pads may seem costly but they last far longer than most comparable race pads which goes a long way to equalising their true cost).
The pinnacle of the Brembo Racing divisions range is the unique sintered Z04 compound, the most significant characteristics of which are its very high friction, superb lever feel and consistent performance, especially at extremely high disc temperatures.
These characteristics ensure superlative, consistent braking for the entire duration of a race and will make your braking system much less prone to fade.
For racing, low temperature efficiency is less important, and as a result, the Z04 pad is not suitable nor approved for road use.
Please note: As these are a race pad, they generate far more heat than a regular pad, meaning that we recommend DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid (not DOT 5 or 5.1 or standard DOT 4) which has a far higher dry boiling point (of 312 to 325 degrees - Motul RBF600/660) compared with standard DOT 4 fluids (normally approx. 245 degrees)
NOTE: 2 Sets are required normally.
Please note: The Z04 pad is not suitable for road use.
This is a factory racing pad that is also compatible with OEM calipers for the following bikes
Ducati 1098 / R / S
Ducati 1198 / S
Ducati 1199/1299 / S Panigale
Ducati Panigale V4
Ducati 848 Evo
Kawasaki ZX10R 2016>
MV Agusta F3 / F4
Suzuki GSXR1000 2012>
Suzuki GSXR600/750 2011>
Triumph Daytona 675 R 2013>