Ford Mustang Bullitt Brakes Can Now Be Bought Separately

Along with harkening back to Steve McQueen’s Mustang seen in Bullitt, the new Ford Mustang Bullitt boasts 480 horsepower (358 kilowatts) and 420 pound-feet (570 Newton-meters) of torque. Being based around the new Mustang, Ford Performance took a new-school approach to the car, fitting big brakes to match the bigger power numbers.

Gone is the old-school muscle car mantra of massive power and no brakes to match. The clamps fitted to the new Bullitt make it more of a canyon barnstormer than the original straight-line demon. Other new-school features include independent rear suspension, a limited-slip differential, and launch control.

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The big Bullitt brake package features 13-inch rotors in the back and 15-inch discs in the front, both with directional vanes for added cooling performance. The kit also includes massive Brembo-red six-piston calipers up front and single-piston versions at the rear.

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Along with being mightily impressive, the brake kit is compatible with just about any sixth-generation S550 Mustang. Ford Performance says the Bullitt brakes fit any 2.3-liter Ecoboost Performance Pack or GT 5.0 L from 2015-2020. The brakes are also compatible with right-hand-drive Mustangs sold in markets outside North America. More of the compatibility specs can be found in the press release or source link below.