Mustang Brake Rotors
Upgrade Your Mustang's Stopping Power with New Brake Rotors
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If your Mustang isn’t stopping as quickly as you need, then a new set of brake rotors may help. In Mustangs equipped with disc brakes, it’s the friction between the rotors and brake pads that stops the car. As these two parts wear down, you might hear squeaking or feel annoying vibrations.
It’s also common to get a new set of brake rotors as you upgrade your Mustang. Though stock rotors work well for daily driving, slotted or drilled brake rotors dissipate heat better. They'll help prevent brake fade in performance driving situations. Combining better rotors with brake pads will increase their bite for safer, smoother stops.