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Set Of Rotors

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Set Of Calipers

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Set Of Brake Pads

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Set Of Mounting Brackets

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Set Of Braided Lines

How To Big Brake Kit Is a Term Often Typed Into Google Search.

Big Brake Kit .. What is a BBK? We get lots of enquiries from car owners asking for a brake kit upgrade. In most of the cases they ask for calipers as well because they like the color (appearance) of the caliper.

LET ME EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE BELOW

You get a performance upgrade on your standard fitted factory brakes on the following:

Sizes remain the same as the original factory install.

  • Brake Pads
  • Rotors | Discs
  • Braided Lines (Brake Pipes)
  • No Calipers

Then you get a Big Brake Kit that consists of the following:

  • Brake Pads
  • Rotors | Discs
  • Mounting Brackets
  • Braided Lines (Brake Pipes)
  • Calipers

If you want to replace calipers you have to replace your braking system with a total new BBK.

Note

Big Brake Kits can sell for anything between R 20,000 and R 30,000 depending on your preference.

Then you get a Big Brake Kit that consists of the following:

  • Brake Pads
  • Rotors | Discs
  • Mounting Brackets
  • Braided Lines (Brake Pipes)
  • Calipers

If you want to replace calipers you have to replace your braking system with a total new BBK.

What all do brake kits come with?

Aftermarket brake kits usually include rotors with larger diameters, stainless braided DOT approved front brake lines, a set of new performance brake pads, and front brake calipers and brackets.

What does a brake kit do? Why buy a brake kit?

Aftermarket brake kits (often referred to as big brake kits) upgrade the factory front brakes by offering better stopping performance and better looks. Rear brake kits are also available but usually sold separate from the front. Aftermarket brake kits are a great way to improve your braking system and remove a good amount of un-sprung weight from your vehicle. If you have a high horsepower vehicle, you better be able to stop it in time! Oftentimes just getting new pads won’t do the trick, but a big brake kit will.

How do you install a brake kit?

Complete removal of your factory brake setup is required, and the new kit is installed in its place. Factory rubber brake lines will need to be removed as well and replaced with the stainless braided lines.