EBC yellow 1793 compound is s true winner all round, it has high friction from cold, not requiring warm up for street use yet when loaded up and really hot the brakes just get better. Even up to truck weights these pads grip and do NOT heat fade.
EBC yellows are ECE Brake safety tested which means they MUST work perfectly from cold at least as good or better than stock pads. When Yellows see some heat (which is not tested for in the ECE R 90 brake safety regulations) they really show their pedigree. On Japanese cars built with lower friction FF rated pads these deliver a full grade higher stopping and on German cars built with GG these are about the only aftermarket pads that will match or beat the pretty good German OE spec pads and that takes some doing.
Not only a high friction pad but very resistant to heat and loads of heavy braking has means that Yellowstuff has been used with great success in race cars and on high speed Police Vehicle brakes alike. EBC Yellowstuff pads are used on the UK Silverstone Race Track Drivers experience cars because of their high performance and longevity. Yellowstuff also claimed a win in the Targa rally and for two years running in the Brazil Mitsubishi off Road Team Desert Challenge Because of its huge heat range. The applications where EBC Yellowstuff will deliver benefits range from fastest street use on higher horsepower sedans to Trackday and Race use on most street based cars and even as a brake upgrade on Trucks and SUV. Yellowstuff is especially appreciated on Trucks for towing and heavy loads and where upgraded, oversized wheels and tires have been installed. In longer races use EBC Bluestuff NDX needs to be considered.
Yellowstuff is NOT rated as low dust and creates similar dust to OEM pads, if low dust is what you seek, EBC Redstuff should be your choice for fast street use.
Always replace brake pads when replacing rotors. It is false economy to use worn or old pads on new rotors as they can cause hot spots and promote brake fade and more than double bed in time. Doing so is both dangerous and bad economics.
• High initial brake effect.
• Strong resistance to brake fade under heavy loads.
• Totally resistant to rotor vibration.
• Dust similar to OEM brakes.
• Shimmed, chamfered and slotted.
• Features EBC's trademark Brake-In coating.