What is a Mill Balanced brake rotor?
Mill Balancing is the indentation or notch that you may see on the side of a brake rotor. This balancing process ensures the even distribution...Read more
The following issues may be reported to the Manufacturer for manufacturer warranty replacement within 60 days of Purchase. (HASSLE FREE) -Warping (Disc Thickness Variation (DTV))...Read more
Brake Squeal – Causes and solutions.
What is that noise? Brake squeal is annoying, but it can also be an indication that something isn’t right. Here are some causes and solutions...Read more
Does Power Stop offer conversion on rotor sizes?
No we do not. All of our performance upgrade brake kits and their components follow the OEM Specifications/Standards.Read more
What are the different Power Stop Brake Pad options?
Z16 Clean Ride Ceramic Pads with dual rubber backed shims https://powerstop.com/product/power-stop-z16/ Z17 Clean Ride Ceramic Pads with dual rubber backed shims & hardware https://powerstop.com/product/power-stop-z17/...Read more
Can I use my original OE Equipment with Power Stop products?
Yes, Power Stop products are made to OEM specifications. There are no special modifications needed on your car, truck or SUV.Read more
How do I return my used caliper cores?
POWER STOP WILL ISSUE A CHECK FOR YOUR CALIPER CORES IF THE FOLLOWING CHECKLIST IS COMPLETE. Download the CHECKLIST and RETURN FORM Here. Power Stop will issue a check within 30 days of receiving your caliper cores. Caliper cores must be received within 30 Days of purchase with a proof of purchase receipt included. – Caliper core MUST be in rebuildable condition. – Include proof of purchase (receipt or invoice from…Read more
I have aluminum calipers. What do I need to know?
Still have questions? Contact our technical support: email@example.com If the engineers of your vehicle decided to use aluminum for the body of the calipers on your vehicle, they were probably more focused on performance than they were on the cost to manufacture. Aluminum calipers enhance the performance of a vehicle by reducing what they call un-sprung weight, which helps acceleration and handling. Aluminum calipers also retain a cleaner look,…Read more
What is the Break-In Procedure?
The break in procedure is critical to brake performance. Click Headline above to read more!Read more
Drilled vs Slotted Rotors, What is Better?
Drill holes and slots in rotors can both improve braking, but under different braking scenarios. To understand how these rotor modifications can improve stopping power, it is first necessary to understand the three forms of heat transfer: Conduction: When there exists a temperature gradient within a body, heat energy will flow from the region of high temperature to the region of low temperature. This is conduction. Conduction heat flows from…Read more