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  • Aftermarket Parts That Increase Your Car's Performance

  • …results in shorter stopping distances that can make the difference between coming to a safe stop versus causing an accident. Like suspension components, there are several parts that work together in your vehicle's braking system that can be upgraded to increase stopping power. Upgrading your…

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  • Give me a brake ....

  • …wheel and tire package onto their truck may notice diminished braking performance. A typical truck may require 50-percent additional braking distance or more. So, if your 60-to-0-mph braking distance is 100 feet with stock tires and wheels, you may need upward of 150 feet to stop with heavier…

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  • …even the family sedan or mini van! "I wanted something that would perform better than stock and this combo fit the bill." -- Tire Rack Consumer Review "Stopping distance in my VW Golf has been reduced from 164ft@60mph to 133ft@60mph (G-Tech readings)" -- Tire Rack Consumer Review

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  • Review of: Goodyear Eagle GS-D

  • …they stop without breaking loose from 60 in so short of a distance they leave seatbelt marks on you in a full panic stop. I%27m an old autocrosser, so I am used to pushing cars in corners, but I run out of guts before these tires run out of stick-um. I had to drop to 45 ratio tires to get tires to…

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