I am pursuing PAGID yellow endurance pads as recommended to me be a hardcore Boxster S racer as a great replacement that offers stock street longevity but a lot better performance on the track. He assures me that properly bedded in, they will last as long as the stock brakes on the street and not assult my discs.
According to Pagid's web site, the R171's front brake system is Brembo and the rear is Teaves.
Looking them up at RennStore, I find:
RS 14 BLACK
This is a medium high friction value ceramic type compound with very good modulation, high fade resistance, low heat conductivity, and a good wear rate up to a temperature of 650°C (1.200°
It is kind on discs, with visible grooving, but a limitation of hairline cracks.
Applications: NASCAR, CART, F3, Touring cars, GT cars, WSC, Trans Am and Rally.
RS 19 YELLOW
Best compound for endurance racing on the basis of the RS 14. A slight reduction of the friction value improves the modulation. Nevertheless, the friction value is enough for cars without power-assisted brake system and ensures comfortable low effort on the brake pedal. Constant temperatures up to 600°C (1.100°
are possible. The combination of friction value, fading stability and low wear rates on pads and discs realised with this pad compound is unmatched up to now.
Due to its outstanding wear rate and driveability also used at many sprint races.
Application: All endurance racing cars from group N (Speed-WC, Grand Am Cup) up to GT and Sport-Prototypes.
A multiple winner of Daytona 24h, Le Mans 24h, Sebring 12h, Spa 24 h, Nürburgring 24h, often with no pad change and usually no disc change.