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Original Porsche Brakes

Slowing down extremely fast

Original Porsche Brakes are precisely adapted to the engine output and suspension of the respective model. And that, in turn, guarantees uncompromising safety and absolute performance. Each and every part is tested under the most extreme conditions. For the accustomed high material quality and low susceptibility to wear. For the long life of a Porsche.

Did you know, for example, that roughly 70% of all Porsche vehicles ever built are still on the road today? That’s due in no small part to the brakes. Just like the unmistakable feel of a race car.

If you step on the brake pedal of a Porsche, you feel it instantaneously: that one-of-a-kind agility that translates every negative acceleration into the ultimate in driving pleasure. This braking experience is naturally no accident. It is the result of over 60 years of motorsport experience and continuous development.

Learn more about what makes Porsche brakes so unique here.

Top Performance Comes Standard

  • Technologies directly transferred from motorsport
  • Constant braking even under high loads
  • Cross drilled and internally vented
  • Improved wet braking and optimal cooling
  • Black 4-pistion and red 6-pistion
  • High rigidity and pressure point responsiveness

Porsche Surface Coated Brakes (PSCB)

  • Tungsten carbide coating
  • Greater wear resistance
  • Improves frictional coefficient
  • Improves brake’s responsiveness
  • Brake dust is reduced
  • Calipers painted in white
  • Only available with 20-inch wheels or larger

Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB)

  • Uncompromising top-shelf performance
  • Yellow coated finish
  • Larger and provide considerably greater power
  • 50% lighters that cast iron discs
  • Better grip, greater driving, ride comfort, and agility

Also, the recently announced 911 (992) will come with the option to have your brake calipers painted in black if preferred.

If you want to learn more about your Porsche brakes, want to upgrade, or just want to check if they’re preforming at peak performance, please contact our Service Department.

Date Posted: November 29, 2018