High Performance Brakes
Your vehicle’s performance relies on the type of brakes, rotors, and pads installed. This is especially true for the performance of trucks and SUVs. These vehicles travel on rough terrain with sharp bends at high speeds. A set of high-performance brakes improves handling and control, making a significant difference in both performance and safety.
Taking Your Truck/SUV to the Next Level With High Performance Brakes, Rotors, and Pads
Tough road conditions can cause brake rotors to heat up to unsafe levels, leading to breakage and reduced grip. This is why you should choose a high-performance brake system that is strong enough to handle harsh road conditions.
High-performance brakes resist wear at high speeds, and provide a smooth, safe, and enjoyable driving experience both off-road and on the highway. Replacing OEM brakes with high-performance brake systems increases responsiveness, reduces fade, and extends pad/rotor life. For virtually all types of driving conditions, high-performance brakes deliver dependable stopping power when used with high-performance pads and rotors.
Along with prolonging the life of your vehicle, preventive maintenance and appropriate care protect your vehicle’s resale value. No matter how hectic your schedule may be, take your car for servicing whenever servicing is due. Strictly following this routine will help you avoid expensive repairs. Check your engine oil at least once every two weeks. Use high-quality engine oil that is recommended in your owner’s manual. Check the air pressure in your tires regularly. Tires wear down over time. Ensure that each tire is operating at the correct air pressure, and replace tires as needed.
Get your wheels balanced and aligned regularly. Wheel balancing usually takes only 15 minutes and can be performed at most tire service centers. This will add years to the life of your tires. Keep an eye on the engine coolant level, and make sure your radiator is working properly. The way you drive your vehicle affects the longevity of its components. Avoid excessive braking, especially on declines. Also avoid excessive acceleration and turning. Good driving habits will protect your vehicle and maintain its resale value.