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  • ATE Brake Fluids

  • …your vehicle. As proven experts in all things brakes, ATE delivers an excellent selection of premium brake fluids for a variety of different applications. You'll find the following in the Tire Rack inventory of aftermarket brake products: ATE Super Blue Racing Brake Fluid • Blue tint makes…

  • We've got ATE brake pads online.

  • ATE brake pads meet and exceed O.E. performance and safety standards across the board. And across the pond. ATE has been a trusted brake pad brand in Europe for over 100 years, and that proven expertise is something we at Tire Rack are very excited to share with our customers. Our list of ATE

  • Ate brake pads and rotors for high quality replacement brakes.

  • …which provide excellent performance on a wide variety of applications. Ate Original Brake Pads European Applications Ate PremiumOne Brake Pads Domestic and Asian Applications Don't forget your brake rotors! Ate PremiumOne Brake Rotors have a cool-looking and functional elliptical slotting,…

  • Disc brake challenge: easy enough for a 13-year-old???

  • …the fluid and replacing it with ATE SL.6 Brake fluid. I'll be standing by, taking photos, and documenting his progress. Stay tuned for the play-by-play in the coming week. Here's a list of some of the items he will be using: ATE Premium One Slotted Rotors ATE SL.6 Brake Fluid Hawk HPS Brake Pads…

  • Say Ah-Tay

  • …Review ATE PremiumOne Rotors all feature an application-specific design. The brake parts that ATE make for your vehicle have been engineered to work with your vehicle’s brake system, vehicle weight and handling characteristics. Unlike other rotors that take a one-size-fits-all approach, ATE

  • Brake Squeak!

  • …stopping power, but more noise and dust. Examples: Hawk HPS Street Sport, ATE Original Premium One, Satisfied GranSport GS6 Ceramic: less dust and noise, but not as aggressive bite and stopping power. Examples: Akebono Pro ACT, ATE Premium One, Hawk Performance Ceramic ROTORS. More than likely you…

  • Need to replace brake rotors?

  • …that are right for your vehicle—we want you to get the right fit. Or, you can search by brand. Just a few of our top sellers include: • ATE • DBA • Power Slot And once you purchase new brake rotors, we'll recommend an installer. Confused? We've got a library full of brake tech…

  • Brake Fluid Maintenance

  • …can also damage ABS solenoid valves and cause them to jam and stick. ATE Type 200 Amber Brake Fluid ATE Super Blue Racing Brake Flui For performance or heavy duty applications I would recommend ATE Type 200 Amber Brake Fluid or ATE Super Blue Racing Brake Fluid. Both are designed to excel within the…

  • Pontiac Brake Pads and Rotors

  • …and driving style. My goal for the brake system on the Pontiac was to achieve good, predictable stopping power with minimal noise and lower levels of dust. I selected the ATE PremiumOne Rotors with Hawk Performance Ceramic Pads front and rear. They look and stop much better with the new wheels!

  • When you buy brake pads, choose from the right performance category.

  • …brake pads that make sense. Take a look: PREMIUM:Minimal brake dust, moderate stopping power. • Akebono Euro Ultra-Premium Ceramic • ATE Original • Hawk Performance Ceramic PERFORMANCE STREET: Noticeable increase in performance for the spirited driver. • Akebono Street…

  • Looking for Acura brake pads?

  • …can lead to a whole slew of performance and safety issues. If you drive a 2009 TSX (shown), we'd recommend the following Acura brakes: • ATE PremiumOne Pads: "Very quiet and vibration-free. Stopping power is strong and consistent. On par or better than stock brakes so far." --…

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