Better Braking in a Box for Your Truck or SUV

How to Keep Your Polaris RZR XP Turbo Running Cool

2016+ Polaris RZR XP Turbo side-by-sides are susceptible to overheating because the factory mounted the radiator and heat exchanger right up front where they get clogged by mud or damaged by rocks and debris. A Mishimoto Radiator and Heat Exchange Relocation Kit fixes the problem by mounting an improved radiator and heat exchanger at the rear of the vehicle and using a high-flow electric fan for additional airflow.  

Better Braking in a Box for Your Truck or SUV

Trucks and SUVs are murder on brakes. They weigh a ton and often tow or haul a ton, which means their brakes are subject to high temperatures and loads that reduce stopping power and wear out components in a hurry. Power Stop makes three types of Z36 Truck and Tow Brake Kits—rotor/pad, rotor/pad/caliper, and disc/drum—that provide the stopping power you need in one box.

Brake Down: 3 Brake System Myths and Why They’re False

The guys at StopTech have the science of brake systems down.

So much so that they released a series of white papers that include everything from a basic glossary of brake terms to an in-depth look at the physics of braking. The topic that intrigued us the most was on common brake system myths. The paper covered six different myths, but three in particular caught our attention. Continue reading brake tech from Summit Racing.