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No more boiled fluid at CMP.

No more boiled fluid at CMP.

I forgot to get back to you on those shields for the PBR twin piston Mustang/Corvette calipers.They definately work as I haven't boiled my fluid...
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Winning Tech for Dodge Viper Cup

Winning Tech for Dodge Viper Cup

Another Dodge Viper Cup win for us! Thanks for the heat shields! The brakes were working overtime with 100 lbs of rewards weight on the car (and also...
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Track Wisdom

"The mark of a great racer is consistency. If you can consistently lap a track at the limit, with the lap times varying no more than 1/2 second, then you have a chance to be a winner. If your lap times vary more than that, no matter how fast some of them are, you won't win often."

-- Ross Bentley, Speed Secrets

What race teams use titanium for racing brakes?

Titanium is expensive, but also in high demand in racing applications, for a reason. In professional racing circles it is widely used as a principle component for managing brake heat.  The light weight, structural integrity and minimal thermal conductivity of titanium alloy make it ideal for use at the highest levels of racing including the top stock car, and open wheel racing series such as NASCAR and Formula One racing. 

World class brake caliper manufacturers such as Brembo, already make use of Titanium inserts in many of their high-end brake caliper sets. And a growing collection of aftermarket caliper manufacturers include our brake heat shields in their big brake upgrade kits.

Hard Brakes brings you the racing advantages enjoyed by top professional teams in an inexpensive and easy to install solution that requires no significant modifications to your car or budget. Our product is used by racers all around the globe in a huge range of racing series.