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  • What is a big brake kit?
    A big brake kit is a performance upgrade that replaces the factory brake components with larger and more powerful components
  • What are the benefits of a big brake kit?
    • Improved braking performance • Better pedal feel and modulation • Reduced brake fade • Increased durability • A more aggressive appearance
  • What types of vehicles can benefit from a big brake kit?
    Any vehicle would benefit from it but those that is driven aggressively or used for track racing would yield more.
  • How do I know if a big brake kit will fit my vehicle?
    Most big brake kits are designed for specific makes and models, so you'll need to check the compatibility with your vehicle before purchasing. Contact us directly to find out what fits
  • What is the difference between a big brake kit and a brake upgrade?
    A brake upgrade typically involves replacing only the pads and rotors with higher-performance options, while a big brake kit replaces the entire brake system.
  • How long does it take to install a big brake kit?
    The installation time can vary depending on the complexity of the kit and the skill level of the installer. It can take anywhere from a few hours to a full day. Our main workshop takes approximately 3 hours per kit
  • Can I install a big brake kit myself?
    It is possible to install a big brake kit yourself if you have the necessary tools and experience, but it is recommended to have a professional installer perform the installation to ensure safety and proper function. Installation by unauthorized workshop will result in void of warranty
  • Can I reuse my old brake lines with a big brake kit?
    It is recommended to replace the stock rubber brake lines to stainless steel braided ones when installing a big brake kit to ensure proper fit and performance.
  • Will a big brake kit affect the warranty on my vehicle?
    Installing a big brake kit can potentially void the warranty on your vehicle, so it's important to check with your manufacturer before making any modifications. NGP will not be held liable for any loss of agent warranty
  • Do I need to upgrade my wheels when installing a big brake kit?
    Depending on the size of the kit, you may need to upgrade to larger wheels to accommodate the larger brakes.
  • How often do I need to replace the brake pads and rotors with a big brake kit?
    This can vary depending on how often you drive your vehicle and the conditions you drive in. Generally, the pads and rotors will need to be replaced more frequently than with a factory brake system.
  • What is brake fade and how does a big brake kit prevent it?
    Brake fade is the loss of braking power due to overheating of the brake components. A big brake kit is designed to dissipate heat more efficiently, which can help prevent brake fade.
  • Can a big brake kit improve acceleration?
    While a big brake kit won't directly improve acceleration, it can improve overall performance by providing better stopping power and allowing you to brake later and harder.
  • Can a big brake kit be used for street driving?
    Yes, a big brake kit can be used for street driving, but it's important to choose a kit that is suitable for your driving habits and needs.
  • Can I upgrade just the front or rear brakes?
    While it's possible to upgrade just the front or rear brakes, it's generally recommended to upgrade the front first for optimal performance and safety.
  • Will a big brake kit affect my vehicle's ABS system?
    A properly installed big brake kit should not affect your vehicle's ABS system.
  • Can a big brake kit increase stopping distance?
    A properly installed and sized big brake kit should decrease stopping distance. It's important to follow proper installation procedures and consult with a professional to ensure proper sizing and compatibility with your vehicle.
  • Why is there a lead time for Big Brake Kits?
    Big brake kits are typically not in ready stock because they are designed to fit specific vehicle models, and each kit requires a certain amount of time and resources to manufacture. Specially where the bell and bracket needs to me made specific to every car Bell and bracket refer to the mounting hardware used to install a brake rotor onto a vehicle's hub assembly. The bell is the portion of the hardware that surrounds the brake rotor, while the bracket attaches the bell to the vehicle's hub. The bell and bracket work together to ensure that the brake rotor is held securely in place and able to rotate freely while the vehicle is in motion. They are critical components of a vehicle's braking system and must be installed correctly to ensure safe and effective braking performance.
  • Where can i find more information about Big Brake Kits?
    Feel free to over your mouse of our educational tab , and learn more new information about brakes or contact our sales consultant
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