BRAKE CONVERSION

Brake conversion is a complicated process, but it care really improve your braking power. To learn even more about brake conversion and other braking topics, take a look at our Braking Guide!
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How Disc Brake Conversion Works

Whether you're a tuner-car enthusiast looking to make your WRX drift-ready or an average Joe looking to tweak the safety and performance of your beloved '68 F-150, a disc brake conversion is actually the first modification you should consider.

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  • How Disc Brake Conversion Works

    How Disc Brake Conversion Works

    Whether you're a tuner-car enthusiast looking to make your WRX drift-ready or an average Joe looking to tweak the safety and performance of your beloved '68 F-150, a disc brake conversion is actually the first modification you should consider. See more »

  • How Hydraulic Brake Conversion Works

    How Hydraulic Brake Conversion Works

    If you have a pre-1940s classic car, chances are you only have one set of brakes. When cars were first made, they used just rear brakes. But as cars got faster, the need for front brakes became more prevalent. See more »

  • How Power Brake Conversion Works

    How Power Brake Conversion Works

    Power brake conversions are popular among classic car enthusiasts because these highly effective brakes were once considered a luxury. Now that power brakes have become standard, auto lovers can't wait to get their vehicles up to speed. See more »

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