PFC engineers and manufactures race pads, discs, hats, and new in 2003, calipers - offering a complete brake sub-system.
The addition of the caliper has teams talking, virtually on the edge of their seats waiting to try the entire PFC package.
What makes PFC so good? According to Darrick Dong, VP of Motorsports, "we do a lot of little things better.
For starters, PFC accepts only the highest quality friction materials - often rejecting substantial percentages of raw material shipments."
Next, PFC only brings innovative designs and products to market - choosing to be a market leader in technology. PFC owns dozens of patents covering every phase of the engineering and manufacturing process.
For example, PFC owns a patent on its advanced Ionic FusionÔ technology, which creates the strongest bond in the industry between the friction material and backing plate of each pad. PFC's slot pattern, which increases bite without compromising the integrity (strength) of the disc, is patented as well.
The new caliper, set to debut in 2003 by several teams in the NASCAR series, is patent-pending for several features, including a unique piston design that will improve pedal feel. According to PFC engineers, when used with PFC pads, discs and hats, the power and control a driver will experience on the racetrack will be unrivaled.
Most importantly, PFC cares about safety and performance on every lap. Quality control and production teams ensure racers will get the braking performance needed at 55 mph, 95 mph, and over 200 mph. R&D teams work continually to find areas that will shave precious seconds off lap times.
Once race-proven, PFC introduces its technologies to the aftermarket through traditional distribution channels and retailers. – less – More from ZoomInfo »