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People are used to thinking that enthusiasts are the only ones who use their vehicle for more performance-oriented driving. It's not true. Car manufacturers economize on materials used for building a vehicle. Surely, they subject their car part suppliers to specific standards for quality but such items don't operate as efficiently as they could. This is the reason why real buffs and just people who want their vehicle to be in peak performance upgrade their four-wheel friends, especially when it comes to safe driving. So, brakes are the first car parts that are improved. Daewoo Nubira stoppers are no exception.

You have to know and understand the way your brakes operate in order to improve their performance. Disc brake system as well as the drum one converts the kinetic energy of a moving vehicle to heat. Do you wonder how it happens? Brake pads squeeze your rotor the moment you hit the pedal and stop the wheel. It's easy, right? Although, the high temperature of the rotor's surface can make your brakes fade in a driving emergency. That's why the upgrade should be done for reducing the temperature and thus increasing the effectiveness of your brakes. We offer you Nubira drilled, dimpled, cross-drilled, etc. rotors that will provide better access for the air, which means the cooling process will be faster. Besides, you can find high-quality Daewoo brake pads and calipers in our wide collection. If you prefer to replace the whole setup, you are welcome to browse through brake kits handpicked especially for the Daewoo Nubira.

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      # sp11999
      Street Brake Kit by StopTech. Rotor Construction: 1-Piece. Rotor Style: Slotted. Includes: StopTech Sport Rotors and Posi Quiet Pads. StopTech Street Kits represent the most in performance value by providing significant brake...
      $128.85 - $656.25
    • (2 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...
      $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 use,...
      $102.19 - $765.19
    • (13 reviews)
      # sp7122
      Z23 Evolution Sport Performance Carbon Fiber Infused Ceramic Brake Pads by Power Stop. Brake Pad Clips Included. Power Stops Evolution carbon-ceramic pad formula uses OE positive mold technology to ensure a uniform friction density...
      $31.64 - $99.00
    • (11 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 lasting...
      $36.65 - $172.73
    • (12 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 pads...
      $47.58 - $241.11
    • (13 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
    • (58 reviews)
      # sp908
      Redstuff Ceramic Low Dust Brake Pads by EBC. This set of replacement ceramic brake pads offers OEM quality fit and operation with the superior stopping power, longer life, reduced brake fade, and lower dust buildup that ceramic...
      $47.53 - $180.42
    • (24 reviews)
      # sp1118
      High Performance Street Brake Pads by Hawk. These are replacement brake pads designed for an aggressive level of street driving with more repetitive, heavy braking. While these pads are made from Ferro-Carbon that was developed for...
      $54.98 - $270.41
    • (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
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      # 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 systems....
      $3.03 - $271.95
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      # sp18733
      RollStop by TCI.
      $112.31 - $187.25
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      # sp18732
      The Original Roll/Control by Hurst Shifters.
      $44.09 - $236.16
    • (97 reviews)
      # sp6198
      1-Click Autospecialty OE Replacement Plain Brake Kit by Power Stop. Kit Includes: Autospecialty OE Replacement Plain Brake Rotors and Z16 Evolution Ceramic Brake Pads. Engineered for spirited daily drivers looking to upgrade their...
      $47.02 - $882.78
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      # sp14174
      Autospecialty OE Brake Rotor by Power Stop. Engineered for spirited daily drivers looking to upgrade their vehicle's stopping power, this rotor is a fast, easy and affordable solution for improved braking. It includes a...
      $13.02 - $135.92




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      Is It Time For New Brakes?
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    Daewoo Nubira Performance Brakes Reviews

    Average rating:  5  5 - 1 review
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    DOT 5.1
    Used this for my Chevy and it worked really well. Also i found there the best price for this type of fluid. I'm sure that with DOT 5.1 my vehicle will work in any cold winter.
    RPosted by Rosalio (Oakland, MS) /
    2013 Chevy Silverado
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