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Fortunately, ineffective brakes can be easily replaced with a brake kit. Drivers who have installed superchargers or turbos will want to install a racing brake kit, as a vehicle’s stock brakes are no longer enough to slow down a car that can now reach speeds significantly higher than it was designed to go. For other drivers, high-level performance brake kits should more than suffice, providing the traction and timely responses one should expect when pressing his or her car’s brake pedal.