Acura TSX Performance Brakes

    Custom Performance Brakes, Pads & Rotors for Acura TSX
    About Acura TSX Performance Brakes, Pads & Rotors

    Your TSX is a comfortable vehicle to drive and it has room for everything you need to take with you so you spend a lot of time driving it. That means that you need it to be running at its best so you’re looking for the right performance upgrades and you’ve come to the right place! We have a wide range of upgrades to give you the performance you desire and one of the most important upgrades is the Acura TSX braking system which we offer at much lower prices than you thought you would find!

    Your braking system is obviously important because it determines how well you stop but it can also be important to your budget because aftermarket systems often have lower maintenance costs. We have everything you need to get the braking power you’re looking for whether that’s something that will stop a highly upgraded beast or you’re just looking for something that stops you better than standard brakes and costs you less in the future. We have everything you need at lower prices than you would expect and you know you’ll never regret purchasing the right braking system for your driving style!

    Why do we appreciate our vehicles? Well, it's all about speed and performance. The bad thing is that you do have to tame the engine and stop, at least when you see the red light or stop sign. Quite often, you have to stop abruptly and that's when you find safety to be important either. Our job is to make sure your vehicle is properly equipped to deliver the safety level you need. Which is why, we've gathered a full line of brakes and brake components. Each product ensures shorter stopping distance, lower brake temperatures and higher resistance to fading. Just go through 2 brake and brake components reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and get a product that meets all your requirements.

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    Guides & Articles
    Disc brake rotors (aka 'rotors') are the actual discs that brake pads clamp onto, creating friction that slows a vehicle. Disc brake rotors bolt on over the axle hub and contain holes that allow wheel mounting bolts to pass through and rotate with the wheels. Since there are many rotor styles and designs specially created for every budget and need, we’ve listed the advantages of each disc brake rotor so that you can make the right choice and get the best for your vehicle. All rotors, except ceramic brake rotors and two-piece rotors with aluminum centers, are typically one piece and crafted from iron for maximum heat absorption.
    Squealing noise upon brake application is actually caused by a high-frequency vibration of metal rotors, drums, or brake pad backing plates. Excess corrosion that forms over time on non-contact, outer perimeter areas of rotors and drums is a prime cause because rust is looser and less dense in nature – therefore, more likely to create resonation.

    Customer Reviews
    2008 Acura TSX
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    "Ordered this because the dealer was trying to charge me a boat load. These are way better than stock and also look great behind the rim!"