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2016 Brake Kits & Components Guide

The hottest new rotors, calipers, and pads

Aug 4, 2016

You've got the horsepower, but let's not forget you'll need stopping power as well. Don't sweat it, though — we've come up with a list of kits and other components to help you slow (and stop) your roll.

Wilwood Engineering
These kits significantly enhance safety and performance for street use while exceeding the demands of track events. Kits are offered with FNSL6R radial mount or W6A radial mount calipers with 13.06-inch or 14-inch GT slotted or SRP drilled and slotted rotors. Rear kits are also available.
MSRP: $1,741.59 to $2,385.59
wilwood.com

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StopTech
StopTech Axle Packs are pre-matched, direct-fit brake pad and rotor pairings designed to simplify brake service and brake system upgrades for virtually any car or truck on the road. They are the easiest way for drivers to replace their existing rotors and pads with high quality, premium feature, and high performance components from the championship winning team at StopTech.
MSRP: From $69.99
stoptech.com

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Disc Brakes Australia
Disc Brakes Australia offers their 4000 Series brake rotors featuring their patented Kangaroo Paw cooling technology as well as an innovative T3 curved slot design that efficiently clears dust and debris while cleaning the rotor's friction surface. The 4000 Series T3 slotted rotors has a heavy-duty performance rotor designed specifically for the spirited street or track driver.
MSRP: $135 to $440
dbausa.com

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Rolloface
Quality track tested product developed and manufactured in the USA. Kit includes 8-piston front, 6-piston rear forged calipers, 2-piece floating rotors, brackets, brake lines and pads. Rolloface offers customized calipers and rotor hubs in more than 300 color finishes.
MSRP: From $3,150
rolloface.com

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Epic Friction
Decades of experience culminated in one epic street performance compound that out stops and outwears the leading street performance pads. But the most important attributes of EPIC pads are that they do so quietly and with virtually no dust. Enjoy performance braking and clean wheels with EPIC Friction Clean and Quiet High Performance Street Brake Pads.
MSRP: $39 to $199
epicfriction.com

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EBC Brakes
EBC Brakes has launched a range of money-saving brake kits designed to deliver the best quality brakes at a great price. The S9K kit contains a set of Yellowstuff™ 4000 series brake pads and a pair of USR slotted upgrade brake rotors. Kits are available for front or rear fitments.
MSRP: From $179.60
ebcbrakes.com

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