Ultra low heat conducting racing brake pad
  • Distinctive low heat conductivity of the brake pad material minimizes heat damage to other brake components
  • The driver has full control of braking power with brake pedal pressure, made possible by a consistent brake friction level.
  • Even though the brake pads are made for circuit-use, the pads makes reasonable disc life possible
  • A method very close to sintered alloy is used to create a high density brake friction material. (High heat resistance and high durability)
Friction Materials HD(High Density) Graphite Metallic
Effective Temperature Range 200~900°C


Is it better to change the brake pads and brake discs at the same time?
Comparison of the change in caliper colour after use of DIXCEL R01 and competitor's pads (Tested at Motegi racing circuit)
  • ????????by competitor's pads.
    Burnt to black, and caliper warped.
    Caliper have to be changed every 2races
  • ???01????
    DIXCEL R01
    Kept original red colour, no need to change whole season.
Track test

According to all the data above, R01 has higher friction co-efficiency on average than the other two products the other companies provided. The friction co-efficiency stays up even after many rounds. The products company F provided have a relatively similar efficacy, but the pad temperature is over 100? higher than that of R01. R01 generates high friction co-efficiency with low heat, so it?s very gentle to all brake components (such as caliper, brake disc rotor) and all the parts last longer.

■ Initial bite (µ) at the B corner


NRS system is patented by Canadian NUCAP
deceleration (G) 1G means a braking deceleration of about 35 km/h per second. (1G braking force is very strong.)

■ The temperature transition


■ The stability of an average friction co-efficiency :
compared the friction co-efficiency between the first and the thirtieth lap.
R01 product of
Company E
product of
Company F
96% 88% 86%
Test car INTEGRA DC 5 type R designed for racing
Tires Slick tire
The average lap time 1:45:00/lap
Conditions 3 x 10 laps
The friction coefficient is extracted every five laps at the three major corners in each lap.
1-A: The friction coefficient at the A corner in a first lap.
■ The stability of an initial bite friction co-efficiency :
compared the initial bite (µ) between the first and thirtieth lap.
R01 product of
Company E
product of
Company F
88% 80% 86%
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