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Verus Engineering Brake Cooling Kit
Subaru WRX / STI 2015+
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct proudly carries a great selection of quality aftermarket products that have been expertly engineered and crafted by Verus Engineering.
Here, you are looking at the Verus Engineering Full Brake Cooling Kit. Verus designed this brake cooling kit to install in the OEM type format with an emphasis on the shortest route possible. This will maximize cooling which will increase your brake's ability to do their job by keeping them at a more reasonable temperature. The kit will use the OEM fog lights as the inlet to the kit along with a well-formed duct in the inner fender line. This will feed air into the stainless backing plate at the knuckle, where it will make direct cooling to the center of the brake rotor.
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I installed this kit on a 2018 WRX after hearing from track workers that my brake rotors were glowing red with my Carbotech XP12 brake pads and Hankook RS4 tires. The installation was not nearly as easy as the instructions made it out to be. The 3" hose behind the fender liner is just too damn wide to physically fit without having to manhandle the fender liner. On the driver's side, it was so tight I started ripping some of the plastic inserts that held the liner. I used Gorilla tape to keep it secure and that seems to be holding. Verus says the kit should work without removing the washer reservoir, and I made it work, but it's pretty tight and looks nothing like the instructions. As far as overall effectiveness, it's hard to tell because I didn't buy any brake temperature paint until after installing the kit. I do know my rotors still showed 800C at Sebring. I've read reports on the Internet from people who did a before-and-after comparison and it showed 10-15% improvement with the kit. So I guess 800C is better than 900C. But the 2018 WRX is still way underbraked, so perhaps it would have been better to put this money toward a BBK. I'm not sure. I have a couple other quibbles with the design: the metal bracket doesn't have sunken locations for the new bolts, which is technically fine because the rotor won't ever move and come into contact with them, but it feels cheap. More importantly, the 2.5" end of the pancake duct is way too short. The hose kept falling off until I ziptied the hell out of it. Overall I'm content with the purchase and it was worth a try. Of course, the best approach is to not try to make a WRX work on the track in the first place!