Although acceleration is excellent, having a brake pedal and emergency brake working in pristine condition is vital.

Several parts need to work together to accomplish the task of coming to a complete stop; leverage, hydraulics, and friction. It’s crucial to pay utmost attention to your vehicles brake system and determine when the brakes need a repair or a full-blown replacement.

There are several signs that your brakes need attention:

  • A grinding or squealing sound occurs when you press the pedal
  • The clutch feels spongy or is slow to respond
  • Dashboard light is an orange or, even more detrimental, red color.
  • Vibration on the steering wheel when you press on the brake.
  • Pulling to one side but no tires are flat or out of balance.

If you notice one or more of these issues when you are operating your brakes, please give us a call or drive on down to our shop. If you don’t think it’s safe to drive over to us, we also offer towing services that would be perfect to use in a situation like this.

We offer:

  • Bleed, Fill, and Adjust Brakes
  • Caliper Reconditioning and Replacement
  • Wheel Cylinder Replacement
  • New Master Cylinders
  • Brake Line Repair and Replacement
  • New Brake Hoses
  • ABS Diagnosis and Repair
  • Power Boosters
  • Parking Brake Service and Repair
  • Traction Control, Diagnostic, and Repair

Tropical Performance
With so many advancements in technology within the cars of today, there are still things that ring true in the vehicle’s brakes. We stay up to date on everything involving cars when we have older models land in our shop; we have to go back to the basics. If you are experiencing any issues with your brakes or you need a quick overlook to ensure that everything keeps running smoothly, we’ve got your back