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StopTech 2015 Subaru WRX Big Brake Kit

More halting power for your VA1

Aug 10, 2015

Once you've fitted every power mod you can think of onto your 2015 Subaru WRX, it might be beneficial to upgrade your brakes. It's a good thing StopTech just dropped its big brake kits for the VA1 chassis.

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This isn't just an OEM replacement; track testing showed less fade, a better pedal feel, and easier modulation. You can choose from drilled or slotted StopTech two-piece AeroRotors; the front setup boasts four-piston StopTech ST-40 calipers, while the rear has two-piston StopTech ST-22 calipers. The kit also includes hard-anodized billet aluminum mounting brackets and hardware for an easy install. The front kit starts at $2,895 and the rear for $2,695. www.stoptech.com

Jofel Tolosa
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