Measured G-force during moderate braking (1,000-psi brake fluid pressure) increased from 0.48 Gs with stock brakes to 0.63 Gs with the Dynatrac ProGrip system.
Another key advantage is that installation of the system does not require opening the brake hydraulics, thus avoiding the chore of bleeding the brakes after installation. Additionally, brake pedal feel and travel is improved after upgrading to the Dynatrac ProGrip Brake System.
The Dynatrac ProGrip Brake System fits Jeep Wranglers with 17-inch wheels (wheel spacers are required with 17-inch factory wheels), and the system will fit in nearly all aftermarket wheels without spacers.
For over 25 years, Dynatrac has been the industry leader in high-performance axle and drivetrain assemblies. Dynatrac products are designed using the finest materials, processes and engineering available, and its products are backed by the best service and warranty in the business. From complete replacement ProRock axle assemblies to high-quality replacement and upgrade components, Dynatrac is committed to delivering the best performance, reliability and quality possible.
- 13.50-inch front rotors with unique pillar-vented cooling design.
- 14.25-inch rear rotors with integral parking brake surface.
- Stronger caliper brackets designed using CAD/FEA and advanced engineering tools.
- Unique front and rear brake pads for optimum friction performance.
- Features: Ceramic, Metal
- Color: Black
- Shipping Weight: 117lb
Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JK)
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Dynatrac ProGrip Brake System Reviews
I have a 2016 Jeep JK and I installed this brake system in about 4 hours (includes time for Jack stands and tool setup). The biggest problem I ran into was removing my existing rotors. 3 of the had to be beaten off. A large hammer and plenty of WD-40. Did the trick.
I am very happy with the result - I’ve seen significant improvement in braking with factory pedal.
I've never worked on brakes before, but these were not difficult to install being a bolt on package that does not require opening up the hydraulic system. Did the jeep 2 tires at a time in the garage with a floor jack and 2 jack stands (and wheel chocks). Instructions were good, quality is outstanding. After initial bed-in procedure, there is a noticeable difference between the factory brakes on a JKU rubicon with 35" tires. They do fit with 1.5" wheel spacers and factory wheels, but calipers JUST BARELY clear the balancing weights on the tires.
I purchased this big brake kit because my original rotors were warped and needed to be replaced. I live in Missouri but I travel a lot in the mountains of Colorado with my wife and two teenage daughters. We load the Jeep down with a ton of gear and or a trailer when traveling and because of this I have noticed the Jeep was taking a long time to stop and it was requiring an excessive amount of pressure on the brake pedal.
Prior to installing this kit I installed a new master cylinder, new soft brake lines and new calipers all around. I ran the Jeep like this for about a week before the Big Brake Kit arrived. The installation of these new parts had little effect on the performance of the brakes.
Once I installed the big brake kit, I noticed the brakes were much more responsive. It required less pressure on the brake pedal and of course the pulsing from the old warped rotors was gone. The install was simple and only took about an hour and a half.
Two days after the install I loaded the family up and we went to Colorado. While in the mountains, the brakes were more than adequate for bringing the Jeep and its load down in speed for the hairpin turns in the mountains without any brake fade or any sign of overheating. I have always used lower gears when descending grades in the mountains and even with this I had managed to overheat the old rotors causing the warping. I don't see this being a problem with the big brake kit.
I would recommend this kit for anyone who has increased their tire size, pulls a trailer or loads their Jeep down for long trips in the mountains.