EBC Adds Supra GR Big Brake Kits

NORTHAMPTON, U.K. – EBC Brakes has taken a giant leap forward in the performance braking market with the introduction of its all-new Apollo Big Brake Kits for the Toyota GR Supra, designed to deliver unparalleled stopping power and upgrade capabilities.

These kits, which come complete with impressive British-engineered six-piston calipers and all the necessary hardware for a comprehensive replacement of equivalent components in a vehicle’s stock front axle braking system, promise a firmer and more responsive brake pedal feel. This innovation translates to extended driving periods without experiencing the typical brake fade.

In addition to the six-piston calipers and essential hardware, the Apollo Big Brake Kits also include front braided brake lines and high-performance fluid, ensuring that the brake upgrade delivers maximum performance.

These groundbreaking kits are now readily available for six-cylinder engine variants of the reimagined Toyota GR Supra, a beloved choice among driving enthusiasts for both road and track experiences.

EBC Brakes Racing’s Apollo Big Brake Kits represent a significant advancement in the realm of performance braking, offering enhanced safety and performance for discerning drivers.

About EBC Brakes

Privately owned, EBC Brakes is a world leader in the manufacture of disc brake components. Expanding rapidly in the automotive industry, the company has become a world leader in sport, high performance and race brake pads and discs with a massive range of products. The company is proud that all its brake pad materials are completely free from heavy metals and sulfides, making them eco-friendly.

The company produces 100 percent of its automotive brake pad range in its Bristol factory in the U.K.


Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.