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Honda Brakes

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Honda Brakes

Honda Brakes

Stopping is one of a car’s most vital attributes. By improving your Honda brakes, you will be able to stop better and more consistently. The brakes can be upgraded in a few key areas: the rotors, pads and the whole brake system.

The rotors are the discs that your Honda pads bite into. They are round and made of steel. New Honda rotors will increase the stopping power of your car and leave less brake dust than your normal brakes. Rotors come in different forms too. We have Honda cross drilled, slotted and dimpled. These are all different ways of making a rotor have the biting power that it needs to haul your car down to zero. Drilling the rotor is done by making holes in the material itself. This increases the ventilation of the disc and results in stopping power that can be replicated time and again. Slotting and dimpling both perform the same basic function that drilling does, but just in a different way.

The pads you choose can make all the difference in the world. A ceramic pad will allow for more stopping power and better heat dissipation than your stock pad and will last a long time. We also carry Hawk brand pads for your Honda. These pads are some of the best at providing great stopping power and long life. They are used by many motorsport enthusiasts and are a great choice for anyone.

To get the best stopping power on the market, get a Honda brake system. Brembo brakes for your Honda will be one of the best investments you can make. Their stopping power has been proven time after time in such series as Formula One, GT racing and Le Mans. By putting new Honda brakes on your car, you are upgrading it in every way.

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Buy Honda Brakes for your Honda. Your Honda can really be improved with aftermarket or custom Brakes.