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Old 05-23-2016, 07:40 PM   #1
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Who manufacturers Roush brake set

My father decided to add this brake set to his 5.0. I was just wondering who manufacturers the brake kit? Is it Brembo, Wilwood? They have Roush name on it and how do they compare to the 4 piston Brembo brake set?

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It was Alco, but not sure if they still make them.
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I had Brembo's on my 13 Roush and on my 2014 I have the Roush brake package, both 4 piston. The 2014 stops better for sure, no doubt. My 14 does have slotted rotors which I doubt changes much. Neither brake package stopped very well going 140+.....The 4 piston brakes up front are sufficient for sure, I have little brakes in the rear. I can only imagine that the 6 piston ones are far better! Anyways for normal street driving both packages were good, I'd say brembos were more dusty and didn't stop as good as Roush ones.
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I had Brembo's on my 13 Roush and on my 2014 I have the Roush brake package, both 4 piston. The 2014 stops better for sure, no doubt. My 14 does have slotted rotors which I doubt changes much. Neither brake package stopped very well going 140+.....The 4 piston brakes up front are sufficient for sure, I have little brakes in the rear. I can only imagine that the 6 piston ones are far better! Anyways for normal street driving both packages were good, I'd say brembos were more dusty and didn't stop as good as Roush ones.
So the Roush brakes set is good, thats good to know. My father also added the stage 2 blower, 625 HP

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Hi, as above Roush use's Stoptech calipers with Roush logos and Stoptech rotors on the front and on the rear they use the stock Mustang caliper (painted to match the front) with Stoptech slotted rotors.
I had my 2011 Roush upgraded to these by the dealer and I'm very happy with the performance and the looks.
Forgot to add they use the Stoptech pads as well.
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