The “Sport” brake kit is where it all began for TAROX brake kits. Most Sport kits feature our B32 6 piston caliper, the direct descendant of the 6 piston caliper developed for the first ever TAROX brake kit built for the BMW E30 M3 in 1994. TAROX founder Gianni Taroni's decision to ignore convention and develop a 6 piston caliper rather than 4, combined with the use of such high quality raw materials was a revolutionary step that affirmed TAROX as a pioneer of performance braking.
Sport kits are the basis of our application guide with over of 1000 applications. They feature either the B32 or B33 caliper with disc sizes typically between 300mm and 330mm. The two piece discs feature heat treated billet steel rotors and separate alloy bells which results in an incredibly strong component with the lowest possible overall weight. The focus with any TAROX Sport kit is to ensure an increased level of performance under both street and track conditions with a firm, modulated brake pedal. Also, every effort is made to develop a kit that can be used in the vast majority of occasions with the cars O.E wheels.*
As with all TAROX kits the Sport range integrates with all modern day driving assistants such as ECS, ABS and dynamic driving aids. Each kit features:
- Hand assembled calipers machined from the highest quality billet alloy.
- Heat treated CNC machined billet rotors in either F2000, Sport Japan, C83, or ZERO.
- Hard anodised alloy disc bells.
- Uprated brake pads
- CNC machined alloy mounting brackets with bolts.
- Braided & coated brake lines.
The 'Bespoke' way...
For the bespoke touch all brake kits are tailor made, for the car and for you. For each application the calipers are fine tuned to maximise performance to that specific chassis. Furthermore we offer a choice of caliper colours, disc styles and pad compounds to ensure your kit performs perfectly in any scenario. When placing your order, please specify in the notes section during checkout which disc style and pad compound you require.
All TAROX calipers are anodised, never painted or powder coated. The surface of the alloy is lightly abraded before the pigment is chemically bonded to the alloy to create a beautiful satin finish. Currently we offer colour anodising in red, blue, green or gold. Our black caliper option is an especially tough type of protection called 'Hard Anodising' which is recommended for those who wish to use their cars on the track or for those drivers with a less meticulous car wash regime.
Due to the vast range of wheel designs and sizes available in the aftermarket we are unable to comment on whether or not a kit will fit without spacers. We can provide a wheel fitting template for most of our kits which will allow you to check for suitable clearance before ordering. To request a template please complete your details below. Don't forget to include the kit part number which can be seen at the top of this page.
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