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StopTech Touring Big Brake Kit Front Kit - 83.191.6800.R4
- Part #: 83.191.6800.R4
- Part Size: 2-Piece
- Style: Big Brake Kit
- Material: Non-Coated Rotors
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- Boost your brake bite with a StopTech Touring Big Brake Kit
- Upgraded 1-piece rotor system engineered for street-bound production vehicles
- Kit includes forged 2-piece calipers, stainless steel brake lines, brake pads, application-specific caliper brackets and the necessary hardware
- Select from cross-drilled or slotted designs
- Available in multiple piston counts and caliper color options, as well as an optional zinc coating
- Your StopTech Touring Big Brake Kit is covered by a 90-day warranty
With a StopTech Touring Big Brake Kit backing you up, you’ll be ready for any potentially hair-raising on-road encounters. Manufactured exclusively for street-driven production vehicles and available in various piston counts, this first-rate 1-piece rotor system is what you need to achieve maximum stopping power.
This complete kit includes performance brake pads, stainless steel brake lines, caliper brackets, fully forged 2-piece calipers and the appropriate hardware. Choose from slotted or cross-drilled rotors with calipers in the particular shade that catches your eye. An optional zinc coating helps defend against corrosion and general wear. Your StopTech Touring Big Brake Kit carries with it a 90-day warranty.
Frequently Asked Questions
Whats the advantage of two piece rotor?
Two piece rotors are far lighter than their single cast counterparts. They also allow better heat contraction of the rotor ring, and in some cases better air flow through the rotor for better heat dissipation. Touring kits usually use 1 piece rotors which are perfectly fine for touring where you're not likely to use the vehicle for heavy duty track use but want better brakes.
What's the advantage of having more pistons in the caliper?
Generally speaking, having a greater number of pistons allows better control of hydraulic pressure exactly where you want it, spread properly across greater surface area on the back of the brake pad. This promotes even pad wear and fantastic brake pedal modulation and feel.
Is hardware included?
Yes all required hardware is included: New caliper carriers to properly mount the caliper, brake lines, pads, rotors
How hard are they to install?
Calipers can be tricky without the right tools. Having a breaker bar and hooks to support the caliper until its fully mounted are handy. Always pump the brakes before test driving.
Are they loud, or do they produce noise?
Very minimal noise is produced over stock
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