Source: Brembo announcement

PLYMOUTH, Mich. – Calling on its 45-years of racing and research-and-development experience, Brembo has designed comprehensive Late Model Packages engineered with the modern racer in mind.

​“The Brembo Late Model brake system is designed specifically for competitors looking for that next level in stopping performance,”​ said Dan Sandberg, Brembo North America president and Chief Executive Officer. “The demands of Late Model racing drove the design of the system and will offer racers on dirt or on pavement a higher level of stopping power, pedal feel, reliability, and serviceability. Competitors will get Brembo performance with a price point that is in line with the spirit of Late Model competition.”

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Brembo Late Model System includes:

  • Brembo aluminum Late Model calipers
  • Cast-iron, balanced rotors
  • Brake pads, several compounds available based on driver’s preference
  • Mounting hardware​

Calipers

Brembo forged aluminum calipers use an asymmetrical radial mounted design which creates unsurpassed pedal feel. Combined with unique seal and groove technology taken from our own championship winning NASCAR cup braking systems, Brembo has created the stiffest low drag caliper available today.

Rotors

Late model discs available in popular sizes for dirt and asphalt applications. Brembo avoids using third party suppliers and manufacturers its own late model brake rotors in North America using an exclusive blend of premium metallurgy for the best possible combination of thermal stability, weight and long life.

Pads

Brembo offers a variety of brake pad options allowing drivers to tailor this system to their needs based on driving style, surface and/or track configuration.

Brake Fluid

Brembo HTC64 Premium brake fluid features the lowest amount of compressibility available, while offering extremely high boiling temperatures, wet or dry.

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