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Boost brake performance with these expert recommendations experts reveal their personal favorites for greater stopping power, safety
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While the right brakes depend on driving style, fit and quality are crucial in any application. And when
performance mods are added, a factory braking system needs to keep up. Explore our expert
recommendations and boost your brake performance.

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What should I expect after installing my new brakes?
After installing, you'll operate in a period of breaking in the new brakes just like a new pair of shoes. Learn the feel of the brakes by driving the vehicle under normal conditions.

How do I size my rotors to figure out the size of my new brakes?
Each time you press the brake pedal, the brake rotors are squeezed tightly between two pads like a sandwich. If the rotor hasn't been worn down too much, check the wheel side of the rotor to find the millimeter measurement stamped on the auto part. Otherwise, measure the outside diameter rotor.

I'm experiencing vibrations when I drive. Do I need new brakes or rotors?
If you are feeling vibrations when you apply the brakes it could be a couple issues. Check your tires first, especially by driving at higher speeds of 50-60 mph. If the tires are in balance, not worn, and properly inflated the issue could be the rotors or brake pads. A worn out or warped rotor will cause a pulsing feeling through the brake pedal while braking. Listen to your vehicle. Is there any screeching when you come to a stop? The pads may be worn down or not aligned well enough to get a good grip.

How long are the new brakes going to last?
Brake pad life is dependent on how you drive, the type of vehicle, and type of use. Are you towing in your truck or driving to work in your car? Stop-and-go driving or freeway driving? Brakes can last from 25,000 miles to 60,000 miles depending on your unique driving conditions.

How long does it take to get the brake pads?
If the product is in-stock, you can expect shipping within 1-2 business days. The package typically takes 2-5 days to arrive on your doorstep.

Should I be concerned with dust from my new brake pads?
Ceramic brake pads leave less dust on your rims and provide quieter stops. During performance season the most expensive pad is not always the best for a given vehicle, so match your brake pads to your ride and how you plan on driving it.

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