Apec Adds 50 Brake Part Numbers

BRISTOL, U.K. — Apec expanded its range of brake products in July with 50 additional part numbers. The range extension includes 32 brake calipers, 14 brake cables, and four anti-lock braking (ABS) sensors.

Top applications for this month include the front brake cable to fit the Ford Tourneo Connect 2002 -2013, rear brake calipers to fit the Ford Tourneo Connect 2015> and rear brake calipers to fit the Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2015>.

This month Apec has also expanded the Apec Black range with 13 brand-new brake pad sets. Among these additions is the front brake pad set, designed specifically for the Porsche 911 (991).

Apec Black Brake Pads are precision-made using the latest generation of Advanced Friction Technology (AFT) alongside comprehensive product testing.

Each pad is further enhanced with StopReady Coating which both reduces the bedding-in process and boosts stopping power right out of the box. With every installation, Apec Black pads go beyond original-equipment (OE) specifications to ensure that performance always takes precedence.

About Apec

With more than 50 years of experience in the automotive aftermarket, Apec has firmly established itself as a market-leading specialist in supplying braking components and products to the UK and Ireland.

Today, the Bristol company has developed its decades of expertise into a growing catalog of parts and accessories that branch out beyond braking to meet the demands of an evolving marketplace.

From coil springs to shock absorbers, the name that was once synonymous with quality braking now means excellence on every level.


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