First invented in 1902 by British engineer Frederick W. Lanchester, the disc brake has been an efficient and safe way of stopping cars for over a century.
Unlike the basic smooth surface of a standard OEM brake disc, Probite performance discs have a range of improvements such as cross-drilling, geometric grooving, chemical coating and internal vaning.
Upgrading your car’s standard brake discs is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to improve braking performance. Decades of refinement have led the world’s top motorsport teams and carmanufacturers to develop a range of improvements such as cross-drilling, geometric grooving, chemical coating and internal vaning. These performance-focussed upgrades work together to improve a variety of properties like temperature, strength and weight giving much shorter stopping distances from much higher speeds.
Thanks to our huge catalogue of part numbers, it’s now possible to upgrade almost any vehicle to benefit from improved braking and handling properties.