Top-rated products in the Car brake system category

Here's a ranking of the top rated products in this category. To give you a quick overview, we've also added some key information about the products.

1. Brembo Brake pad set P 85 135

Brembo brake pad set In a brake pad, a friction material is applied to a backing plate. Both together form the actual brake lining. In some cases, brake pads are also called brake blocks or brake bricks. Brake pads are used in disc brakes. Here, the brake pads are pressed onto the rotating disc, which results in the vehicle being braked. Due to the resulting friction, the brake pads wear out and must therefore be replaced regularly. The friction material on brake pads consists of various metals and other additives that give the brake pad the desired properties, such as low wear, high heat resistance and extreme load capacity. However, it can also consist of organic materials. These materials are bonded together under high heat and then applied to the backing plate under high pressure and heat or by riveting. There are different types of brake pads. The main ones to mention are ceramic and organic brake pads. Until 20 years ago, asbestos was also added to brake linings. Brake pads develop their optimum effect only after a certain running-in period. All brake pads sold in Switzerland must comply with the ECE-R-90 standard. 

2. Brembo Brake disc - coated 09.C409.13

Brembo brake disc They are almost always attached to the brake hub. During braking, the brake pads press on the disc brake and reduce the rotational speed of the disc and thus the entire vehicle. Brake discs are usually made of cast iron or even steel alloys. Just like the brake pads, the brake disc also wears out. However, slower than the pads. With frequently repeated braking operations, the brake discs heat up very strongly and must therefore withstand the highest demands. To withstand extreme loads, there are also discs made of carbon and ceramic. To achieve increased heat resistance, brake discs are sometimes heat-treated. After production, the discs are heated and cooled down again. Furthermore, there are ventilated brake discs. A better braking effect in wet conditions is achieved by perforated or slotted brake discs, because they transport the water standing on the brake disc faster and more effectively through their recesses. Another advantage is that dirt, such as brake dust, disappears more quickly from the brake disc. 

3. Brembo Brake disc - slotted/coated 09.A752.21

Brembo brake disc They are almost always attached to the brake hub. During braking, the brake pads press on the disc brake and reduce the rotational speed of the disc and thus the whole vehicle. Brake discs are usually made of cast iron or even steel alloys. Just like the brake pads, the brake disc also wears out. However, slower than the pads. With frequently repeated braking operations, the brake discs heat up very strongly and must therefore withstand the highest demands. To withstand extreme loads, there are also discs made of carbon and ceramic. To achieve increased heat resistance, brake discs are sometimes heat-treated. After production, the discs are heated and cooled down again. Furthermore, there are ventilated brake discs. A better braking effect in wet conditions is achieved by perforated or slotted brake discs, because they transport the water standing on the brake disc faster and more effectively through their recesses. Another advantage is that dirt, such as brake dust, disappears more quickly from the brake disc. 

4. Brembo Brake disc - coated 09.6932.11

Brembo brake disc They are almost always attached to the brake hub. During braking, the brake pads press on the disc brake and reduce the rotational speed of the disc and thus the whole vehicle. Brake discs are usually made of cast iron or even steel alloys. Just like the brake pads, the brake disc also wears out. However, slower than the pads. With frequently repeated braking operations, the brake discs heat up very strongly and must therefore withstand the highest demands. To withstand extreme loads, there are also discs made of carbon and ceramic. To achieve increased heat resistance, brake discs are sometimes heat-treated. After production, the discs are heated and cooled down again. Furthermore, there are ventilated brake discs. A better braking effect in wet conditions is achieved by perforated or slotted brake discs, because they transport the water standing on the brake disc faster and more effectively through their recesses. Another advantage is that dirt, such as brake dust, disappears more quickly from the brake disc. 

5. Brembo Brake disc - coated 09.9928.11

Brembo brake disc They are almost always attached to the brake hub. During braking, the brake pads press on the disc brake and reduce the rotational speed of the disc and thus the entire vehicle. Brake discs are usually made of cast iron or even steel alloys. Just like the brake pads, the brake disc also wears out. However, slower than the pads. With frequently repeated braking operations, the brake discs heat up very strongly and must therefore withstand the highest demands. To withstand extreme loads, there are also discs made of carbon and ceramic. To achieve increased heat resistance, brake discs are sometimes heat-treated. After production, the discs are heated and cooled down again. Furthermore, there are ventilated brake discs. A better braking effect in wet conditions is achieved by perforated or slotted brake discs, because they transport the water standing on the brake disc faster and more effectively through their recesses. Another advantage is that dirt, such as brake dust, disappears more quickly from the brake disc. 

6. Brembo Brake disc - coated 09.9821.21

Brembo brake disc They are almost always attached to the brake hub. During braking, the brake pads press on the disc brake and reduce the rotational speed of the disc and thus the entire vehicle. Brake discs are usually made of cast iron or even steel alloys. Just like the brake pads, the brake disc also wears out. However, slower than the pads. With frequently repeated braking operations, the brake discs heat up very strongly and must therefore withstand the highest demands. To withstand extreme loads, there are also discs made of carbon and ceramic. To achieve increased heat resistance, brake discs are sometimes heat-treated. After production, the discs are heated and cooled down again. Furthermore, there are ventilated brake discs. A better braking effect in wet conditions is achieved by perforated or slotted brake discs, because they transport the water standing on the brake disc faster and more effectively through their recesses. Another advantage is that dirt, such as brake dust, disappears more quickly from the brake disc. 

7. Brembo Brake disc - coated 09.C421.11

Brembo brake disc They are almost always attached to the brake hub. During braking, the brake pads press on the disc brake and reduce the rotational speed of the disc and thus the whole vehicle. Brake discs are usually made of cast iron or even steel alloys. Just like the brake pads, the brake disc also wears out. However, slower than the pads. With frequently repeated braking operations, the brake discs heat up very strongly and must therefore withstand the highest demands. To withstand extreme loads, there are also discs made of carbon and ceramic. To achieve increased heat resistance, brake discs are sometimes heat-treated. After production, the discs are heated and cooled down again. Furthermore, there are ventilated brake discs. A better braking effect in wet conditions is achieved by perforated or slotted brake discs, because they transport the water standing on the brake disc faster and more effectively through their recesses. Another advantage is that dirt, such as brake dust, disappears more quickly from the brake disc. 

8. Brembo Brake disc - coated 09.5180.31

Brembo brake disc They are almost always attached to the brake hub. During braking, the brake pads press on the disc brake and reduce the rotational speed of the disc and thus the entire vehicle. Brake discs are usually made of cast iron or even steel alloys. Just like the brake pads, the brake disc also wears out. However, slower than the pads. With frequently repeated braking operations, the brake discs heat up very strongly and must therefore withstand the highest demands. To withstand extreme loads, there are also discs made of carbon and ceramic. To achieve increased heat resistance, brake discs are sometimes heat-treated. After production, the discs are heated and cooled down again. Furthermore, there are ventilated brake discs. A better braking effect in wet conditions is achieved by perforated or slotted brake discs, because they transport the water standing on the brake disc faster and more effectively through their recesses. Another advantage is that dirt, such as brake dust, disappears more quickly from the brake disc. 

9. Brembo Brake disc - coated 08.7814.11

Brembo brake disc They are almost always attached to the brake hub. During braking, the brake pads press on the disc brake and reduce the rotational speed of the disc and thus the entire vehicle. Brake discs are usually made of cast iron or even steel alloys. Just like the brake pads, the brake disc also wears out. However, slower than the pads. With frequently repeated braking operations, the brake discs heat up very strongly and must therefore withstand the highest demands. To withstand extreme loads, there are also discs made of carbon and ceramic. To achieve increased heat resistance, brake discs are sometimes heat-treated. After production, the discs are heated and cooled down again. Furthermore, there are ventilated brake discs. A better braking effect in wet conditions is achieved by perforated or slotted brake discs, because they transport the water standing on the brake disc faster and more effectively through their recesses. Another advantage is that dirt, such as brake dust, disappears more quickly from the brake disc. 

10. Brembo Brake disc 08.B369.17

Brembo brake disc They are almost always attached to the brake hub. During braking, the brake pads press on the disc brake and reduce the rotational speed of the disc and thus the entire vehicle. Brake discs are usually made of cast iron or even steel alloys. Just like the brake pads, the brake disc also wears out. However, slower than the pads. With frequently repeated braking operations, the brake discs heat up very strongly and must therefore withstand the highest demands. To withstand extreme loads, there are also discs made of carbon and ceramic. To achieve increased heat resistance, brake discs are sometimes heat-treated. After production, the discs are heated and cooled down again. Furthermore, there are ventilated brake discs. A better braking effect in wet conditions is achieved by perforated or slotted brake discs, because they transport the water standing on the brake disc faster and more effectively through their recesses. Another advantage is that dirt, such as brake dust, disappears more quickly from the brake disc.