Ask The NAPA Experts: How to Pick the Right Brake Upgrade Stop right there! Is a brake upgrade for your car, truck or SUV on your wish list? Did you … Continue Reading How to Pick the Right Brake Upgrade
Emerging EV Tech: Brembo Brakes for Every Driver For decades, Brembo brakes have remained synonymous with performance braking. At car shows, in the movies and on the track, vehicles installed … Continue Reading NAPA Introduces Premium Brembo Brakes
A NAPA Guide on How to Buy Brake Rotor Replacements Are the brakes on your sedan, crossover, SUV, minivan or pickup truck squealing? Do you hear a grinding noise when … Continue Reading How to Buy Brake Rotors
What are slotted rotors and how can they improve spirited driving, track days, towing or hauling? Consider the pros and cons of slotted rotors.
Traction control brake pad use is a serious concern on the race track. We break down the basics for you.
Performance brake pads can help you stop just as quickly as your car accelerates — and we’ve got the details on how to upgrade.
Your brakes serve a very basic purpose: stopping your car. But there are choices to make when dealing with your brakes, not least of all choosing the right kind of brake rotor. Brake rotors can be made of six different materials, each with its own advantages. Let’s take a look at the six most common brake rotor material types, their pros and cons, and which type may be the right ones for you…
Upgrading to high-performance brake fluid isn’t the flashiest modification you can make to your vehicle, but if you ever intend to compete in an autocross event or try your car out at a track day, it’s a must-have.