Designed For Street Application & Weekend Track Duty
What's in the Box
(1) Set of Brake Pads
Street Performance Brake Pads
Get your 2005-2014 Mustang GT stopping quicker with a set of Stoptech performance front brake pads. Whether you drive aggressively on the street or race it at the track, these pads are the perfect upgrade for you. If your current brakes are squeaking or squealing, this kit can help get it fixed! With a 100% asbestos free formula, these pads produce less dust when compared to other performance friction pads. These pads are also scorched to raise initial cold effectiveness and ease the bed-in process. Pick up a set for your S197 Mustang to get better braking performance!
I purchased these pads for a front upgrade when my pads and rotors went bad. Upgraded both and these pads are the worse pads i have ever bought. Dont be fooled about low dust thats a lie. I can wash my car and 2 days later my front wheels look like i never cleaned then and covered in brake dust. My stock pads where better then these. Stay away from these or learn the hard way like i did. Buy ceramic pads instead.
StopTech Racing was born to service dedicated race applications. The StopTech Racing division provides the stiffest calipers and best airflow rotors to race teams in several production-based racing series, as well as circle track and off-road competition. StopTech Racing sales and engineering support is unparalleled in the industry, with personalized service available to customize winning race solutions for your needs. Whether it's in SCCA Pro Pirelli World Challenge, Grand-Am Continental Tire, Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series, or grassroots circle track, NASA, SCCA, Time Attack and drifting competition, StopTech Racing has something to cover most forms of production-based racing needs. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com to get your Mustang outfitted with the best high performance brake systems.
I bought this car for $500!!! The previous owner had an engine compartment fire then parked it in his garage for years to fix it someday. Sadly he passed away before he got the chance to start the pro...