Established in 1981 as a pioneer of the re-manufactured brake calipers, Brake Engineering has over 30 yearsâ worth of experience in the UK and the business is widely recognised as being a leading force when it comes to supplying these parts. Over the years, Brake Engineering has expanded its service offering and is now a full line braking supplier, and now the company is manufacturing and distributing its products to the independent aftermarket.
Eight new brake calipers have now been introduced by the leading braking solutions supplier as an extension to the companyâs original colour painted caliper range for the independent aftermarket. The company has been promising to expand its coverage of late and it has certainly delivered, so what can we expect to see in these new additions?
The new range includes two new grey painted calipers for the Vauxhall Insignia (2009) and four new black painted calipers for the Audi A6, A7, RS6, RS7, S6 and S7 (2010) as well as the 2004 model Audi S4. In order to make things easier for technicians and to reassure customers that the part will be the right fit at the first time of asking, Brake Engineering has specifically designed the new range to match the colour of the calipers originally fitted to the vehicle.
The new range has also seen the introduction of two calipers which offer outstanding coverage, and they are suitable for the Peugeot 508 and 508 sw and the 2011 Citroen C5. The brake discs also cover the Fiat 500L, 500L MPW and 500L Trekking (2013).
If you want to take a look at the new product range for yourself then everything will be available to view during a demonstration at Automechanika in Birmingham next month. Stand 19E80 is the place to be from 6th to 8th June!