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How to bleed your brakes and increase performance.

Does your brake pedal feel spongy? Even with new rotors and pads, you just don’t feel the max performance? Many times, this is caused from air being trapped in you brake lines. This is usually do to high heat flex in the brake hoses. Brakes get hot, and when they are hot, your fluids are […]

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Civic/Integra Big Brake Caliper & Rotor Upgrades for LESS?

The content below was provided by BrakeExpert and is posted with his expressed permission.   Did you always wanted a Big Brake Kit for your Honda Civic or Acura Integra, but couldn’t afford it? Now we got some information on how you can save yourself some extra change by upgrading your 10 inch brake rotors […]

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Brake Rotors Conversion Patterns: 4 or 5 Lugs

If you’re doing a custom brake system on your vehicle, we can drill a custom bolt / lug pattern on the brake rotors to make it fit. We’ve done many lug patterns for classic cars, classic trucks, & hot rods. These Riders are usually trying to convert the rear drums to rear brake discs. They […]

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Dodge Challenger SRT-8 2008: American muscle returns!

As you probably heard by now, Dodge is bringing back the Challenger. Its been 35 years since the last Challenger was produced. Dodge can’t let Ford have all the American muscle car glory with its Ford Mustangs. Chevy is also coming back with the Chevy Camaro.   The Dodge Challenger SRT-8 will have a 6.1 liter […]

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New Release: Pontiac GTO Performance Brakes

So, are you GTO enthusiasts ready for it? After months of development and testing, we’re happy to say that we finally have the Pontiac GTO brake rotors in stock! Currently, we only have the cross-drilled and slotted rotors listed on the website. However, if you are interested in OE or Slotted brake rotors, give us […]

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How to Install SRT8 Brake Rotors & Brake Pads

This post was guest blogged by PBGas.   As soon as the springtime hit, I started researching what I could get that would be a marked improvement in making the car brake as it did in stock form. I looked up several different rotor companies and came to the decision on the R1 Concepts brake […]

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