Scott Garven and his dad are rebuilding a ’67 Chevy Camaro, and outlining the steps for the rebuild. Part 2 looks at brakes.
For the ultimate performance, a clever driver will constantly change the brake balance to help get through the corners in one piece.
An emergency/parking brake is a critical piece of safety equipment in any vehicle. For an early hot rod built to late 20th century standards, the need is magnified even more.
Whether you use your car as a daily driver or on the track, a good, working brake system is extremely important.
Brake rotors are the last stop in the process of stopping your car; make sure yours stay in good condition.
Several modifications are available to enhance the performance of your brakes so they can meet the demands of driving on the track.
Are radial brake calipers right for your motorcycle? We break down the brake caliper to help you decide.
Bassem Girgis shows us how to replace our brake pads.
If you want to have any chance on the track, you have to modify your car. Aftermarket modifications can make a tremendous difference in the performance of your vehicle
This Camaro driver made some quick decisions.