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With such a rich racing background, it is not uncommon to see a Ferrari or two on the race track. Once viewed as Ferrari's highest-end model, the 550 sports a 5.5 liter V12 with 485 hp under the hood and 13" vented disc brakes in the front and 12.2" discs in the rear. Although the factory brakes setup provides ample stopping power, upgrading to a Stoptech Big Brake Kit could never hurt. Bigger brake rotors reduce brake fade meaning braking later into the turns and a more consistent pedal feel. With a top speed of 199 mph, having confidence in your brakes is very important, and Buy Brakes can help.
There are a few things to consider when purchasing new brakes for your car. First thing is to find out is your driving style. Do you drive your Ferrari to the grocery store and back every other week (unlikely)? Do you race at the track or from light to light? With your driving style, we can narrow down the results to make finding brakes quick and easy. Brake Pads can be separated by dust rating. A more aggressive pad will have more "bite" but also more dust. Brake Rotors are classified by their type. For example, Drill and Slotted rotors will maintain braking power better than blank rotors thanks to better heat dissipation. Replacement rotors are cheaper but aren't as effective with aggressive driving.
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