Increased Braking Performance
This ROUSH 4 piston brake kit is the perfect way "big brake kit" for your 2005-2014 Mustang. With black 4 piston calipers, 14" slotted rotors, and stainless steel brake hoses, this kit gets your S197 increases stopping power, decreases stopping distances, and improves the overall safety of your Mustang. This high performance brake kit is the same kit that comes standard on ROUSH's highest performance vehicles and has been extensively tested on and off the track by ROUSH's engineers.
- 2 black 4 Piston Calipers
- 1 14" Front Left Slotted Zinc-Washed Rotor
- 1 14" Front Right Slotted Zinc-Washed Rotor
- 1 Set Of Front Brake Pads
- 1 Set Of Stainless Steel Brake Hoses
To maintain proper caliper balance this kit should on be used in coordination with the ROUSH® 18" wheels and 20" wheels.
Roush - The Art of Performance Engineering
ROUSH Performance is the first specialty-vehicle company to combine race-proven technologies with advanced automotive engineering. The result, a unique mix of street car and race car...Is a ROUSH car. Or more specifically, a ROUSH Mustang or F-150 pickup with styling, performance, and handling characteristics derived from the racetrack and modified for street legal usage. The vehicles and components produced by ROUSH Performance are imprinted with Jack Roush's vision, passion for performance, and commitment to excellence. He personally approves the design, engineering, fit, finish and overall performance of each package, ensuring that his personal standards are met prior to production and product release. Many of these products are designed by the same engineering group that has helped Roush Racing become the winningest Ford racing team in history.
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