1997 Mustang Brakes

Brakes

Improve the Stopping Power on Your 1997 Mustang with New Brakes

1997 Mustang Brakes

Brakes

Improve the Stopping Power on Your 1997 Mustang with New Brakes

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1997 Brakes

Upgrading your 1997 Mustang's brakes is one of the easiest, and most important, modifications you can make. If you like to drive fast (and who doesn't?), then you should also have the brakes you need to stop fast. With better stopping power, you'll have the confidence you need to enjoy every drive.

For some, just changing the pads and rotors is enough to provide the stopping power they need. But if you've made major horsepower improvements, then you should make corresponding brake improvements. The next time you swap in new brake pads, selecting a high-performance set designed to reduce brake fade can make a big difference. The same is true of brake rotors. When rotors have a larger surface area, they're able to stay cool even when you're braking hard. That means more stopping power, regardless of speed.

Many serious drivers opt for a disc brake kit when it's time for a big upgrade. This combines better brake pads, larger rotors, and a stronger caliper into a bundle that's easy to install. These high-performance kits make upgrading your entire brake system easy. Soon, you'll be driving quickly, with no doubt that your brakes can handle any situation.

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