brooklyn-style renntech brakes

Sixteen-point-two inches.

At 16.2", RENNTECH's new front rotors are more than two inches larger than a Domino's Brooklyn-style pizza, and more than three inches larger than the stock rotors on Mercedes' 382 hp SL550 roadster.

Founded in 1989 by ex-AMG technical director Hartmut Feyhl, South-Florida tuning firm RENNTECH built its reputation on a solid foundation of expert engine-building and superb braking systems that turned 100-0 mph panic stops into predictable, fade-free non-events.

"As soon as we start building significant horsepower into these cars, we have to upgrade the brakes," says Feyhl. "My customers are concerned with usable performance, especially real-world performance - and proper brakes have always been a part of that equation." RENNTECH's latest brake package is no exception - originally developed as a real-world upgrade for the exotic SLR McLaren, the big 16.2" rotors are now available on RENNTECH's full line of tuned S, CL, CLS, and E class Mercedes /AMG cars.

RENNTECH's 16.2" brake upgrade features lightweight 2-part drilled and slotted front rotors (shown, above), 8-piston RENNTECH calipers, stainless steel braided lines, and high-performance pads and fluid. For extreme performance applications, RENNTECH offers 14.2" rear 2-part rotors with 4-piston calipers.

Prices start at 7995 USD - contact RENNTECH for more information.