Mazda 2 (DY): which Brembo brake disks should I choose?


 Comfort, style, function or performance Brembo offers 4 different brake disc lines for the Mazda 2 (DY): there's something for everyone!

​You'll never forget the day you bought your Mazda 2 (DY). The braking system just needs a little care - replacing the discs and pads - to offer the same performance it did when it was new.
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.
Your Mazda 2 (DY) deserves nothing but the best, which is why Brembo suggests 4 different options for changing the brake discs. Always remember to replace the brake pads together with the disks, as using new disks with worn friction material could damage them quickly.


Brembo Original

Brembo Original discs are first and most natural choice suggested by Brembo. The undrilled, unslotted rotors of these disks offer a comfortable drive and increased brake pad life.
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.
Ongoing research and development, laboratory and road testing and advanced production and distribution methods allow Brembo to offer a range of disks which, depending on the model of car, may also boast additional superior characteristics such as the exclusive Brembo pillar ventilation system, the higher damping coefficient of high carbon discs and a unique UV paint treatment.
PVT Pillar Vented Technology: this is a disc with a special pillar ventilation configuration patented by Brembo which improves the resistance of the disc to thermal cracking by 40 percent compared with a disc with conventional vanes.
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: a disk that looks great and cares for the environment. While the exclusive metallic finish gives the disk eye-catching looks, the ultra-violet (UV) cured, water-based paint processes uses no solvents and minimizes environmental impact.

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Brembo aftermarket disc in cast iron with pillar venting 


Brembo Xtra

If you don't just want to change your disks but also want to upgrade your braking system, these cross-drilled disks are perfect for you.
As well as making your car stand out from the crowd with their stylish looks, Brembo Xtra discs boast potent, effective braking performance in all conditions.
Whether you're driving in the wet or if the disks are already hot, and as soon as you apply the brakes, the holes drilled into the rotors of Brembo Xtra disks improve the grip between the pad and the rotor to ensure impeccable braking performance. These holes also have a secondary function, keeping the surface of the pad clean by scraping off debris which would otherwise accumulate with time. The cross-drilled holes allow the heat and gas produced by friction between the pad and the rotor to dissipate more effectively.
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

Maybe this is what you were looking for: Brembo offers an appealing alternative for owners like you, who only want the best for your Mazda 2 (DY): slotted discs.

The greatest advantage of Brembo Max discs is their superior friction coefficient, even during the very first moments of braking.
The slots cut into the rotor constantly refresh the friction material on the surface of the pad, preventing glazing of the pad itself.

Brembo's engineers have come up with another inventive idea, and included an additional slot in the surface of Brembo Max disks which indicates if the disk is about to exceed or has already exceeded the ,maximum safe wear limit.
When the disk is excessively worn, this slot disappears to indicate that it's time to replace the disk itself with a new component.

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Brembo aftermarket disc in cast iron Max model slotted and ventilated 


Brembo Sport

Brembo offers its Sport discs to all drivers who love to explore the capabilities of their car. Brembo Sport discs, available as either cross-drilled or slotted variants, have been designed specifically to reduce the effects of overheating and to prevent the disc itself from warping under extreme operating conditions.
When used together with brake pads from the Sport range, these discs will be just as durable and comfortable as the best quality road-going discs.
All Brembo Sport discs boast a gold-coloured galvanised surface treatment which gives your Mazda 2 (DY) an even more aggressive look.
Installation is no problem! These disks are manufactured with the exactly the same measurements as the parts fitted to your Mazda 2 (DY) when you bought it.

Brembo Sport brake disc distributors

Whatever disc you choose to fit, you can always be certain that quality is first and foremost for Brembo.

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

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