How to pick the best Brembo brake disks for your Volkswagen Golf VII (5G1, BQ1, BE1, BE2) in a few simple steps


 Choose from a wide range of rotor configurations and surface finishes You can now choose the best suited Brembo brake disks for your own driving style

​​​You'll never forget the day you bought your Volkswagen Golf VII (5G1, BQ1, BE1, BE2). After so many miles together, it's time to change the disks and pads to keep the braking system in perfect condition.
Not all discs are the same, you know. Each manufacturer has its own production process and uses different materials to make this crucial component for the safety of your car It's important to choose a dependable brand when buying a part for something as crucial as the brake system. Brembo has scored hundreds of victories in motor racing over the past 40 years.
Choose from 4 different options suggested by Brembo to update the brake disks on your Volkswagen Golf VII (5G1, BQ1, BE1, BE2). To keep your brake system in peak condition, we recommend changing your old pads together with the disks, as worn friction material could impair your new Brembo brake components.


Brembo Original

Of all the options suggested by Brembo, undrilled, unslotted brake disks are the most natural choice. What sets these disks apart are their undrilled, unslotted rotors, which not only make for a more comfortable driving experience but also minimize pad wear.
It's understandable to have a few qualms about changing such an important component, but Brembo Original discs offer exactly the same performance as the discs fitted to you car the day you drove it out of the dealer.
Depending on the specific model of car, these Brembo discs may feature one or more of the following characteristics: UV paint treatment, pillar ventilation PVT pillar ventilation technology, or High Carbon cast iron.
PVT Pillar Vented Technology: these disks feature a special pillar venting system patented by Brembo, which improves resistance to thermal cracking by 40 percent compared against vane vented disks.
High Carbon: the special chemical composition of the cast iron used to manufacturer high carbon Brembo Original disks eliminates brake vibration and noise when driving.
UV paint treatment: these discs feature a metallic effect finish which makes them more corrosion resistant, brighter and more elegant.

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Brembo aftermarket disc in cast iron with pillar venting 


Brembo Xtra

If you're looking for a brake disk with more aggressive looks and more focused performance, Brembo recommends cross-drilled disks: the ideal solution for owners who want to treat their Volkswagen Golf VII (5G1, BQ1, BE1, BE2).
Eye-catching style and impeccable performance in all conditions are the essence of Brembo Xtra disks.
This superlative performance is made possible by the holes drilled into the rotor, which increase grip at the start of braking in particular, and in both high temperature and wet conditions. The holes also keep the pad clean at all times, removing debris which would otherwise accumulate over time. The holes in the rotor allow heat and gas to escape more effectively, improving performance.
Don't worry, we hadn't forgotten to mention the sporty design of Xtra discs, with the distinctive cross-drilled pattern and the protective UV paint coating.

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Brembo aftermarket disc in cast iron Xtra model perforated vented with UV paint 


Brembo Max

If you're looking for something out of the ordinary, Brembo has a range of slotted disks offering numerous performance benefits.

The discs of the Brembo Max range deliver outstanding results right from the start of braking.
The slotted rotors keep the friction material of the pads in good condition. This prevents excessively rapid increases in temperature, which are the cause of glazing.

Among the many advantages offered by Brembo Max is a slotted pattern in the disk rotor which lets you monitor disk wear instantly and easily.
This offers even greater peace of mind, letting you check wear for yourself and decide when it is necessary to replace the discs.

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Brembo aftermarket disc in cast iron Max model slotted and ventilated 


Brembo Sport

Are you a passionate, sporty driver? Then Sport disks are the perfect match for you. The Brembo Sport range consists of both cross-drilled and slotted discs, both of which specifically designed to reduce thermal expansion and the risk of warping.
To get the best from your new discs, Brembo recommends matching them with pads also from the Brembo Sport range: this will give you exactly the same benefits in terms of durability and comfort as the best road-going discs available today.
With a gold-colored galvanized surface treatment, which adds an original touch to your Volkswagen Golf VII (5G1, BQ1, BE1, BE2), there's no doubt that these are the best components that money can buy
Brembo Sport disks are trouble-free to install, too, as they are exactly the same size as the original parts and totally compatible with the standard callipers and wheels.

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Whichever disc you opt for, with Brembo you'll be making the right choice!

Brembo Sport disc in cast iron perforated galvanized in gold color with pillar venting 

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