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Mini Cooper StopTech Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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StopTech Slotted Brake Rotors Reviews


Works great. Nice clean look.

Reviewed By Richard C (YPSILANTI, MI) Reviewed for a 2008 Mini Cooper —11/11/2013 9:36 AM

These replaced EBC rotors and I like the way these look better. They are brakes and my car stops, so I'd say they work as expected I do not have any comparison as to whether these stop better than the EBCs, but they are certainly cheaper.

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StopTech Slotted Big Brake Kit Reviews


Much better than stock equipment

Reviewed By Johnnie C (LAKELAND, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Corvette —5/1/2014 5:35 AM

The stock rotors and calipers (with race pads equipped) were not providing enough stopping power for the Corvette Z06 on the Sebring raceway. The StopTech kit comes with street pads, so I ordered StopTech's SR32 race pads to use although the pad shape is a common one available from many different vendors. Regarding slotted vs. drilled rotors: The StopTech engineer said that drilled is for show; slotted is for the track. It's like I am driving a different car! Very happy!

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StopTech Stainless Steel Brake Line Kit Reviews


Only the Front lines!

Reviewed By Julie H (PORT ISABEL, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tundra —11/3/2014 6:33 AM

Unfortunately, I didn't realize these are only front lines. StopTech does NOT manufacture a rear line for the 00-06 Toyota Tundras. With that one shortfall and disappointment I installed them anyway, along with Hawk Quick Slot Rotors and Hawk LTS pads. This combination has been a dramatic improvement from my original hardware. How much is attributed to the lines I can't honestly say, but pedal response is much more linear if that makes sense.

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