Upgrading Your Brake System on the MINI Cooper and MINI Cooper S
Recognizing our passion for excellence has driven Brembo engineers to develop the finest replacement brake systems available in the market today. Seeing the need for systems that either optimized the original equipment brake systems, or replaced their major components for a more significant upgrade, Brembo designed, tested and manufactured these systems to provide the highest levels of quality, style and performance available.
Gran Turismo Brake Systems on the Mini Cooper and Mini Cooper S
The Gran Turismo system’s level of technology and performance is unrivaled by any other product on the market. Each system is designed vehicle specific for maximum performance and “Optimum Brake Balance”. Gran Turismo Systems are comprised of lightweight 4, 6 or 8 piston calipers and 1 piece or 2 piece “floating” vented rotors up to 15” in diameter. Calipers are available in red, silver or black and discs are available in cross drilled or slotted. Increased brake torque and thermal capacity, dramatically improves the vehicles performance. This potent combination offers the extreme in Brembo’s leading edge technology for high performance street and track use applications.
Brembo brake systems are fully compatible with your vehicles ABS and traction control systems. Systems are pre-assembled and include all necessary hardware for ease of installation.
Sport Brake Systems for MINI Cooper and MINI Cooper S
At the Sport level, an end user can find both an introductory performance solution combined with an appealing aesthetic application. The Sport level is comprised of a 1-piece drilled or slotted and solid or vented rotors according to your original manufacturers requirements. A complete set of performance pads may be available.
The benefits of Brembo racing technology are carried far beyond the walls of the racetrack. What is learned in the heat of competition is applied to aftermarket and high performance street applications. Whether it's a unique casting technique applied to increase standard passenger car rotor life, or lightweight multi-piston calipers developed for high performance street use, the transfer of technology is ongoing and significant