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Everyone brings up their 0-60 time, bragging about how fast their car can be, but do you ever stop to think about your 60-0 time? This is the measurement used by manufacturers and journalists to rate the stopping performance of vehicles. Used on everything from the next everyday sedan to the next hyper car. Stopping performance is just as important if not more important than power. If you can’t stop the car then do you really want to drive it?

Upgrading your brake pads from OEM can have many benefits to your overall driving experience. Whether you are looking for more performance or for better daily driving in stop and go traffic, different pad materials and compounds can drastically change how your vehicle feels and drives. Since not everyone uses their car for the same end goal there are a lot of options out there on what to pick, so let’s go over the different types of pad materials and their general uses to help better decide on what you and your vehicle need.
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Power Stop Z23 Evolution Brake Pads

Power Stop Evolution Break Pads & Rotors

When I purchased my 2004 GMC Envoy XUV new, I was especially impressed with the breaking for such a heavy vehicle. I have all ways replaced the breaks and rotors with top of the line materials, although the breaks have never worked like the originals until I installed Power Stop. The breaks now feel as good or better than new and I plan to install Power Stop on my 1984 BMW and my 2005 Honda S2000. View more reviews...
Posted By Steven H (CARMEL VALLEY, CA) / July 23, 2019
2004 GMC Envoy
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EBC Green Stuff Brake Pads

2015 Nissan Altima

What an amazing difference from OEM. View more reviews...
Posted By Faron L (Topsham, ME) / July 22, 2019
2015 Nissan Altima
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EBC Red Stuff Brake Pads

Ebc red stuff

Order received in timely manner. Brakes fit, installed with no issues. Happy with order. View more reviews...
Posted By Gabriel Q (Plano, IL) / July 22, 2019
2009 Porsche 997
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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Braking Bad: A Deep Dive on All Things Brakes

There’s a right way and a wrong way to do anything, and through the fog of relentless marketing hype, that line can get a little hazy. Every brake pad, rotor, and kit says that they’re the best, and that they’re an upgrade from whatever you already have. However this is the real world, and not […] The post Braking Bad: A Deep Dive on All Things Brakes appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Brakedown: 5 Reasons You Should Upgrade Your Brakes and Rotors

One of the most neglected components in the average vehicle is the poor braking system. Everyone talks about horsepower, torque, sound systems, and fancy wheels. But the brakes in your car or truck are vital in keeping you and the rest of the world safe. The OEM brakes and rotors that are in your car […] The post Brakedown: 5 Reasons You Should Upgrade Your Brakes and Rotors appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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Wednesday, January 1, 2020

How Long Should Brake Pads Last in a Commuter Car?

It’s a sound worse than nails on a chalkboard in elementary school. Screeching, grinding, metallic crunching. As you pull up to a stoplight, your eyes dart around, looking for the culprit responsible for offensive noises on your early morning commute to work. “How dare they interrupt my peaceful bliss!”, you think to yourself as you […] The post How Long Should Brake Pads Last in a Commuter Car? appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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