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NC Stage 1 Performance Brake Kit

NC Stage 1 Performance Brake Kit

Regular price $701.76 USD
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A good-looking, effective brake upgrade for all NC Miatas. This is basically a refresh of the stock braking system, updating all the wear parts to new, high-quality replacements. Direct replacement for stock parts, fits all Miata stock wheels.

For rotors, you have your choice between StopTech high-performance slotted rotors or Centric premium plain rotors, both of which won't rust and are made to tighter tolerances than others. Porterfield R4S pads offer strong, fade-free braking on the street and autocross course. Stainless lines give a solid pedal, and our high-temperature brake fluid will minimize fade even under hard track use. Speed bleeders don't add any performance benefit, but they do make it a lot easier to bleed the brakes solo!

Includes a full set of pads, our stainless line, and a bleeder hose at minimum. You can choose to use our rotors or source some elsewhere. There are some shipping limitations on the brake fluid so we've made that optional.


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What does it fit?

Fits: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022


Emissions do not apply.


3000 miles (street cars)



Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Def worth it for street

Bought it for my '14 NC PRHT w/ stock everything (so far). Definitely worth it. The pedal feel is more immediate, and the pads grip so much better, w/o fade (on the street driven enthusiastically). I also bought the SS lines so I'm can't say whether the lines or the pads were more effective, but together, it's a really nice package that is worth it --for me, the little big brake kit was overkill for the street, while this is perfect.

Also nice that the rotors were labeled by FM for which side they go on, and the break-in directions were super clear.