Brake Pad

Brake Pad

KST Brake Pads deliver superior stopping power and feature. Brake pads are a component of disc brakes used in automotive and other applications. Brake pads are designed for high friction with brake pad material embedded in the disc in the process of bedding while wearing evenly. Brake pads supply the friction the discs need to stop your wheels.


Brake pads are steel backing plates with friction material bound to the surface that faces the disc brake rotor.

Standard brake pads are made from a mixture of metal shavings and resin. They are durable and great for general road use.

Brake pads of ceramic versions with a longer lifespan and more stopping power than their metallic counterparts, they are used on High-performance cars.

Early brake pads: asbestos

Newer pads: ceramics, Kevlar, and other plastic

Brake Pad Material:Semi-Metallic

Pad Material:Ceramic

Excellent Features

Designed to provide reliable performance for the everyday driver

Semi-Metallic friction formula

Reliable stopping performance

Single layer steel shim for noise dampening

Powder coated backing plate to resist corrosion

Comprehensive vehicle coverage

Ceramic or semi-metallic OE replacement pads deliver superior stopping power

Slots and chamfers match OE design for reliable performance


For all vehicles with hydraulic brake system including disc brake conversion.

Car, Electric car, Pick up, SUV, Van, Light truck, Middle bus, Boat Trailer, Multi-purpose passenger vehicle (MPV), Light commercial vehicle (LCV), Golf cart, Recreational vehicle, Burden carrier, Tow tractor, Electric tram and cart, Off-road, Racing car, Hot rod, Motorsport, Tuning car, Modified car, Motorcycle, Scooter, ATV, UTV, Three wheeler, Antique car, Vintage car, Classic car etc


Worn pads may cause your brakes to screech, click, or grind. If your brake pads appear thin and worn, the brake pads must be replaced regularly (depending on pad material, and drivestyle).


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