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The Daewoo Lanos is a sedan with snazzy styling that can satisfy the needs of the most discerning customers. Still, whatever car make and model you own and whatever advantages it has, the discriminating drivers will never be satisfied with its original equipment manufacturer parts. Maybe, it is the human nature to seek for continuous improvement in everything around, which caused the technological development. As a result, nowadays technologies do things that have been impossible until now, they make our life more comfortable, easier, and surely, safer. So, it isn't a surprise that the owners of the Daewoo Lanos aim to upgrade their vehicle and put in a great deal of effort when it comes to safety.

Safe driving means to be able to bring your Lanos to a halt in a jiffy, and that means that the high-quality upgraded brake system makes all the difference in a driving emergency. There are several ways to improve your Daewoo Lanos brakes. You can install a drilled, dimpled, cross-drilled, or slotted rotors in order to increase airflow over and away from the rotor, and that means the moving air takes heat away with it. Another way to upgrade your stopping device are brake pads and calipers that are available in a myriad of styles. Although, you have to be careful choosing Lanos brake pads as some of them can 'bite' aggressively, which means your rotor will wear out quickly.

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    • (4 reviews)
      # sp8803
      Slotted Sport Rotor by StopTech®. StopTech Sport Rotors - the new name for one-piece performance upgrade rotors from StopTech. Formerly known as Power Slot or SportStop rotors, StopTech Sport Rotors are still the best aftermarket...
      Engineered to look good behind the wheel and perform at the same timePower alloy metallurgy
      $50.87 - $756.85
    • (59 reviews)
      # sp2326
      Drilled and Slotted Rotors by Chrome Brakes®. This is a set of OEM-sized replacement rotors with slots and drilled holes that provide the superior level of cooling needed for high performance street driving, trailer towing, 4x4...
      Sized to match OEM dimensions while providing superior braking performance and better looksAvailable in sets for front and rear
      $102.19 - $765.19
    • (18 reviews)
      # sp7122
      Z23 Evolution Sport Performance Carbon Fiber Infused Ceramic Brake Pads by Power Stop®. Brake Pad Clips Included. Power Stop’s Evolution carbon-ceramic pad formula uses OE positive mold technology to ensure a uniform friction...
      Carbon Fiber infused Evolution ceramic formula for superior braking powerThe pad surfaces are thermal scorched for a fast break-in
      $35.15 - $110.00
    • (14 reviews)
      # sp904
      Ultimax OE Replacement Brake Pads by EBC®. Get the fit and lasting quality of original equipment without paying 100% markup that dealers charge for OEM parts. EBC replacement brake pads are blended with fewer metallic compounds to...
      $24.75 - $111.97
    • (13 reviews)
      # sp7500
      Yellowstuff Brake Pads by EBC®. These are racing-grade replacement brake pads designed to offer an optimum combination of performance on both the street and the racetrack. Aramid fiber compound provides a high level of grip when...
      $47.58 - $241.11
    • (12 reviews)
      # sp984
      Greenstuff 2000 Series Sport Brake Pads by EBC®. This set of replacement brake pads is engineered for optimum performance on lighter, less powerful vehicles that do not typically travel at triple-digit speeds. Get the fit and...
      $36.65 - $172.73
    • (9 reviews)
      # sp2325
      Ceramix Brake Pads by Chrome Brakes®. These replacement brake pads are designed for aggressive street driving, and feature a composite blend of ceramic and metallic materials to achieve the lower dust and longer life of a ceramic...
      $62.52 - $200.00
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp12322
      Solo Bleed by Earl's Performance®. Standard automotive flexible brake hoses are manufactured from synthetic rubber and reinforced with multiple layers of fabric braid. They were designed and developed for use with drum brake...
      Use Of Extruded PTFEStainless Steel Outer Braid
      $3.03 - $271.95
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp18733
      RollStop™ by TCI®. When installed in-line with a vehicle's front brakes, the TCI® RollStop™ allows you to do a burnout like the professionals. TCI® also now carries a Universal Burnout Kit with LED Lights that operates...
      $110.09 - $196.69
    • (13 reviews)
      # sp4431
      C-Tek™ Standard Brake Rotor by Centric®. Manufactured using quality G3000 metallurgy and designed with a non-directional finish, this rotor provides superior braking power, high durability, excellent pedal feel, and quiet...
      OE style replacement rotorNon-directional finish
      $12.51 - $158.43
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp8693
      Brake Rotor by Wagner®. Wagner Brake premium rotors are engineered, tested and certified to perform safely and effectively on today's vehicles.
      Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor (VCI) bag reduces rotor prep & saves installation timeSmooth surface finish provides less pad break-in time
      $15.95 - $966.15
    • (21 reviews)
      # sp10219
      Brake Rotor by Pronto®. Get maximum stopping power, reduced noise, and smooth, vibration-free braking performance with Pronto disc brake rotors. They’re engineered to high metallurgical standards, precision balanced, and...
      Built in ISO certified factories to meet or surpass OE requirementsEngineered to high metallurgical standards to ensure ultimate quality, strength, and minimal noise
      $8.76 - $148.73
    • (1 review)
      # sp4718
      Brake Rotor by Auto 7®. Does your vehicle vibrate as you're stopping? Do you hear a screeching sound as you stop? Do you have a spongy pedal? Or is your parking brake useless? Auto 7 has the quality parts to repair your Hyundai,...
      Original equipment quality parts for Hyundai, KIA and GM Daewoo vehicles without the original equipment priceAll parts made where the vehicles are made, South Korea
      $8.16 - $280.71
    • (21 reviews)
      # sp13223
      Z16 Clean Ride Ceramic Brake Pads by Power Stop®. Power Stop brake pads are engineered for noise free braking with dual rubber backed shims that offer 6 times more noise reduction than plain steel shims. The pad surfaces are...
      Evolution ceramic low dust formula for superior braking power and cleaner wheelsThe pad surfaces are thermal scorched for a fast break-in
      $25.48 - $74.88
    • (7 reviews)
      # sp4285
      Performance™ Ultra-Premium Ceramic Brake Pads by Akebono®. These pads combine OE quality and fit with application-specific friction formulations to deliver a superior level of braking performance. Innovative ceramic formulations...
      $34.38 - $148.91




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