1997-2013 Corvette Front/Rear Brake Pad and Rotor Kit: Complete brake job for C5 and C6

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  • Complete Corvette 4-wheel budget brake set includes four premium rotors and two sets of StopTech Street brake pads
  • 1997-2013 Corvette Front/Rear Brake Pad and Rotor Kit: Complete brake job for C5 and C6
MSRP: $449.99
$329.99
— You save $120.00

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1997-2013 Corvette C5 and C6 complete brake pad and rotor kit

FITS: All 1997-2013 C5 and C6 Corvette with base brakes; will NOT fit Grand Sport, Z06, ZR1 or Z51 Performance Package cars.

Need a complete brake kit for your Corvette that delivers the low-dust, low-noise premium stopping power you demand without breaking the bank? Our basic 4-wheel Corvette brake package gives you four premium iron rotors with anti-corrosion coating and two sets of StopTech Street brake pads at an amazing price!

If you want higher-performance pads suitable for a quick track day or just some aggressive street driving, upgrade to StopTech Sport pads for just a few dollars more. You'll still end up spending hundreds less than what your dealer would charge for basic replacement parts, but you'll get better stopping, lower dust, lower noise and longer life from your Corvette's brakes!

Finally, for those of you who only want the best, we offer our Hawk HPS brake pad upgrade. HPS pads are a bit more aggressive than StopTech Sport, so you may get a bit more dust, but you'll also get killer bite on the street or the track!

You may ask why you should replace all four brake pads and rotors at the same time; there are reasons beyond just saving money on the parts themselves. Consider that your Corvette's front brakes may be at about 20 percent pad life left. Since rear brake rotors and pads don't take as much abuse as the front brakes, they may be at about 50 percent. By replacing just the front brakes on your Corvette, you may save a little money now but those rear brakes won't have the same bite as your new front pads and rotors. Additionally, by replacing all the brake parts with similar new components, you're getting a set of brake pads designed to work as a system, delivering consistent stopping performance every time.

Finally, most shops will charge you less for a single four-wheel Corvette brake job all at the same time vs. two two-wheel brake jobs performed at different times. There's no guarantee, but every little bit helps, and you'll have the stopping power your Corvette deserves.

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