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Increase pad to rotor friction and decrease fade with performance brake pads
Sharpen your skills with super-grip brake pads
Brake late like the pros with one of these full kits
Super-grippy and lightweight, these rotors keep their cool under fire
Performance braking starts under the hood
Parts as particular about braking performance as you are
Drive faster, brake later
Line locks, roll control and brake launch control
Stiffer than stock, ready for racing
Replacement fasteners and accessories for your brakes
Put the squeeze on your rotors with quality calipers
Create the friction you need for strong stopping power with quality brake pads
Performance drum brake shoes
Get everything you need for your parking brake
Fully customize your brake system for any situation
Stomp on something that looks great with custom replacement pedals
Performance brakes give you better stopping power and are a must when changing to different tire and wheel combinations on your vehicle. Piece of mind and additional safety at a price you can't beat--what's stopping you now?
Cut Lap Times
Every good driver knows that reducing lap times and setting records has as much to do with braking power as it does acceleration. Your stock brakes are configured to work for your car out of the factory. So if you've modded your power, it's time to balance it out with brakes.
Let's start with your brake pads. When it comes to pads, you've got a lot of options. Ceramic pads are quiet and don't produce much dust, so they're perfect for every day driving. But they're not recommended for high-performance driving, so you may want to change them out for track days. On those joyous occasions, you need metallic pads. These hold out longer when the heat is on, but generate more noise, which you won't really hear over the roar of your engine as you downshift on your way to a corner. If you don't feel like switching back and forth all the time, you should look into semi-metallic pads, which work for a wide range of needs.
Then there's the other half. Your pads are only as good as your rotors. If your discs are grooved or thin, or just not slowing you like you need them to, it's time to explore some performance brake rotors. Once again, you've got options. Drilled rotors are laced with ventilation holes that keep your brakes cool. Unless you're driving an F1 car (and we wouldn't put it past you), the cooler your brakes stay, the more stopping power you'll have, and the longer they'll last. Dirt, water, and brake dust can get between your pads and rotors, reducing friction. That's where slotted rotors come in handy. Shallow slots are machined into these rotors, directing the dirt, water, and brake dust away from your brake system and out of your way. And if you can't decide which of these is better, you don't have to. Several models are drilled and slotted, giving you the maximum stopping power you need for late braking and quicker times.
Complete the System
Even if you have the best pads and rotors on the market, they won't make a difference if the rest of your brake system isn't getting the pressure to the wheels. It starts with a high performance master cylinder that's up to the job. It isn't called a master cylinder for nothing. It controls the flow of brake fluid to the brakes. The stock brake lines that came with your vehicle are probably made of a rubber stretchy enough to absorb some of the pressure coming through them. Braided brake lines are stiffer and cut down on your brake system's reaction time. The vast majority of calipers on the road only have one piston each, but performance brake calipers come loaded with as many as four. Why not get the edge on the competition?
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Free Ground Shipping
Free FedEx ground shipping on all orders over $100. Free shipping to 48 Continental United States only. Orders under $100 will incur a FedEx ground shipping charge of $9.95.
$9.95 Per Wheel/$25 Per Tire
Each wheel will incur a $9.95 per wheel fee and each tire will incur a $25 per tire fee up to $99. You will be charged a maximum of $99 regardless of how many wheels and/or tires you purchase.
$99 Truck Freight
Oversized parts will incur a $99 truck freight charge that FedEx cannot provide standard ground shipping on.