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    Stock Brakes Brand?

    Does anyone know what brand stock brakes came with the Abarth? I bought my 2013 new and for some reason I thought they were Brembo. No?
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    From the factory. They are probably Mopar brake pads.

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    You can see the Abarth specs at

    Some models of the 124 were available with Brembo as an option, but the Abarth 500 had a single piston design. (If I read the specs correctly, the same brakes are used on all lines 2018 and later.) Brembo brakes offer multiple (usually 4) pistons which can apply more force over a wider area to the pads but for the majority of uses it's more of a staus symbol. The factory brakes are capable of stopping hard enough to exceed tire grip, but if you are into extreme motor sports, there are pictures of the Brembos stopping hard enough to lift the rear wheels a foot off the ground. Needless to say, putting Brembos on the rear would mostly be useless.

    Brembos are available as an aftermarket in the $2500+ price range. Brembos are counterfeited so verify the product if you choose to go that route.

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    Brembo rotors and ferodo pads. The pads from the factory are excellent, but the rotors are nothing special.

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