NRS Brakes Re-Engineers Galvanized Brake Pads For EVs

NRS Brakes Re-Engineers Galvanized Brake Pads For EVs

NRS Brakes has launched the aftermarket re-design and upgrade for the Ford Mustang Mach-E, which adds to their EV brake pad lineup.

NRS Brakes has launched the aftermarket re-design and upgrade for the Ford Mustang Mach-E, which adds to their EV brake pad lineup.

According to NRS Brakes, the Mach-E Re-engineered upgrade includes:  

● Galvanized for maximum protection against rust  
● Mechanically Attached with Award winning NRS Technology for longest life  
● Noise-Cancelling Piston Inserts forzero noise  
● Greenest Brake Pads no lead, copper, paints or VOCs

NRS EV galvanized brake pads are specifically engineered for hybrid and electric vehicles. The pads for the Mach-E feature are designed to eliminate the corrosive effects common to regen vehicle brake pads that result from reduced moisture dissipation. As a result, galvanized brake pads from NRS Brakes will outlast any traditional painted brake pads, making them the most affordable option based on total cost of ownership over the life of the vehicle, the company said.  

With advanced noise-cancelling piston cushions and shims, NRS galvanized brake pads also keep the EVs running quiet.  

To view a complete listing of NRS galvanized brake pads and vehicle compatibility, visit https://nrsbrakes.com/nrs-ev/

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