Fits the following Cooper S models:
2007-2013 R56 MINI Cooper S Hardtops
2008-2014 R55 MINI Cooper S Clubman
2009-2015 R57 MINI Cooper S Convertible
2012-2015 R58 MINI Cooper S Coupe
2012-2015 R59 MINI Cooper S Roadster
2011-2016 R60 Mini Cooper S Countryman
2013-2016 R61 Mini Cooper S Paceman
See G2NMB2025-P for rear pads or Cooper fronts.
Superstreet formula for Modified MINIs and fastest street driving.
This material is an Aramid fibre based brake compound enhanced with ceramic particles. Updated from the previous generation pre-ceramic compound, this material is light years ahead. It lasts longer, it brakes better and is quieter. Being a hard wearing pad, bed-in times can be as long as 1000 miles and drivers must be patient until the pad takes up the shape of their disc (brake rotor).
This is a truly impressive fast road pad for repeated heavy braking. It emits far less dust than semi-metallic pads and has been proven to stop a passenger car/sedan/sport compact/hot hatch 13 metres quicker than OEM pads from 100mph/160kph. Features EBC Brake-In surface coating which conditions rotor surface and accelerates pad bed-in. Nominal friction coefficient 0.5 with approx. 50% dust reduction compared to other pads.
* High Initial Brake Effect
* Strong Resistance To Fade Under Load
* Reduced Rotor Wear
* Low Dusting Of Wheels
* Shimmed; Chamfered; And Slotted
* Features EBC Brake-In Coating For Fast Break In
* Zero Noise And Extended Lifetime
* Accepts factory brake wear sensor
Manufacturers Warranty applies.
If your brake wear warning light is illumninated, see replacement sensors.
For High Performance Brake Fluids, see the following:
For 'standard' replacement Brake Fluid, see Mini Cooper Brake Fluid Pentosin DOT4.
Brakes are a safety critical part of your vehicle and should be installed by a competent mechanic following vehicle manufacturers installation procedure. The surface of these brake pads is coated with a red coating known as BRAKE-IN. This coating helps your newly installed brake pads to 'seat' or bed-in quickly. However, pads should be used gently for the first 100 miles until optimum braking is observed. Being a hard wearing pad, bed-in times can be as long as 1000 miles and drivers must be patient until the pad takes up the shape of their disc (brake rotor).
Rotors should be replaced with new when installing new brake pads. Failure to do so can result in brake noise as well as reduced braking efficiency. Avoid contamination of pad surface with any forms of grease that you may use to lubricate caliper sliders.