Since 1988, Project-Mu have been producing high-end braking solutions for a large range of applications around the world. Project-Mu are a specialist manufacturer with a focus to provide the best quality product for specific areas in the street and race performance brake arena. Well known inside Japan, Project-Mu are quickly becoming recognised as a World Class brake manufacturer that has been a ‘well kept secret’ outside Japan!
Not anymore… From OEM street replacement pads and discs, to performance brake upgrade kits, right through to world class motorsport pads, all compounds are formulated in the Project-Mu plant in Ibaraki, Japan. The Project-Mu factory has five 400 tonne and three 100 tonne press machines for the manufacturing process and also two purpose build brake dyno’s for testing and evaluation purposes. Project-Mu has in place strict ISO9001 quality requirements systems.
Project-Mu have a rich history in Motorsport, in Japan and Australasia. Project-Mu supply brakes to Japanese GT, Touring Car and Endurance Racing in Japan and many other racing categories.
In July 2007, a Toyota Supra HV-R Hybrid race car won the prestigious Tokachi 24-hour race in Japan using Project-Mu brake pads without needing a brake pad change! The first time a brake pad change was unnecessary.
In Australia, Project-Mu pads are included on the V8 SuperCar ‘control brake list’ due to their wide spread use while the market was ‘uncontrolled’.
Many podiums at the Bathurst 12-hour were also won using Project-Mu pads and again, went the entire race distance without needing a pad change.
Another example of the specialist nature of project-Mu is the D1 Spec drift pad produced for the rear of drift cars to give the additional performance required. Project-Mu brakes are also supplied in Rally, Production Car Racing, and to Endurance Competitors with great success.