The E-Stopp push-button emergency brake is the perfect addition to your resto-mod, hot rod, classic, kit car or truck project. Its robust design, powerful performance and simple operation make it the best emergency brake replacement on the market; just ask the National Street Rod Association who chose it as their New Safety Product of the Year or any of our thousands of satisfied customers.
The E-Stopp is easy to install and can be mounted virtually anywhere from the chassis to the trunk. Because it is operated by a simple button, installing an E-Stopp means no more pedals or levers taking up space in your cab so you can keep everything in your ride simple, clean and efficient.
Whether it's built at a shop or in the comfort of your own garage, adding an E-Stopp will bring an extra touch of class and safety to your ride.
The system is controlled by a micro computer that regulates the amount of pull. The E-Stopp will only pull up to 600 pounds before it locks down on itself. The button has a detachable head for easy install and features both visual and audible recognition. Also included is our patented ignition safety feature that renders the brake inoperable while the ignition is on. Furthermore, we recently added another ground sync wire that can be hooked up to your parking symbol light on your dash board.
The E-Stopp® is the perfect e-brake for custom vehicles and winner of the 2012 NSRA (USA) new safety product of the year. It is a one button controller with one push to set and a second push to release. It works with any kind of brake system that can accept an e-brake cable and can mount anywhere on the chassis that you have room. The electric parking brake kit comes with the actuator, the control box w/ switch and wire connectors.
The E-Stopp can be used as a theft deterrent by either hiding the button under the dash or in the glove compartment or by installing a kill switch. Basically, if someone doesn't know how to unlock your rear end, they will have a difficult time stealing your vehicle.
With constant horror stories of custom vehicles being stolen during car shows, any extra defence is a necessity. So, why not have that extra peace of mind built right into a functional part of your vehicle?
21" Length Overall (including cable)
15" not including cable
2" Width (allow for approx. 3 1/4" of space when mounting
11" Brake Cable
Cable Threads 6mm x 1 pitch and 10mm x 1.5 pitch
22mm Billet Button w/ Red LED
Our Emergency brake junction bracket makes installation of brake cables easy.
If you don't want to deal with your existing frame brackets or if they have been removed,
our junction bracket replaces existing frame brackets and brings cables to one central location.
0 gauge steel (0.132" thick)
2-1/2" wide on double side
1-5/8" wide on single side
1/2" i/d holes for cables
1/4" i/d mounting holes
Bolt pattern is 6" centre to centre on length
Bolt pattern is 1-/7/16" centre to centre on wide end
Bolt pattern is 1-1/4" centre to centre on narrow end
Answer: Any brakes that can accept
an e-brake cable.
Answer: About 3 inches. Most systems only need about 2. The unit stops itself once it feels 600 lbs of resistance.
Answer: All units have this feature. It basically turns the unit into a parking brake instead of an emergency brake. Recommended if it's being installed in a car that kids will be in. You don't want them to accidentally engage the system when going down the road.
Answer: With encased cables you can mount it anywhere you have room. On the chassis, under the floor board or even inside the cab. (Avoid high temperature areas).
Answer: No, once activated the unit locks onto itself and draws nothing from the battery.
Answer: The unit remains activated until power is supplied back to it.
Answer: Yes, most e-brake cables run to both brakes. If yours do not, you can buy a simple adaptor to combine cables.
Answer: The actuator is double layered weather proof. The control box is not and should be mounted in the cab.
Answer: Yes, call or email to enquire.
Answer: Yes, it actually makes for an easier install.
Answer: Yes and No, the DOT only certifies brake hoses and calipers. We (E-Stopp) have spoken to them and have their blessing.
Answer: Yes, though it must be hooked to both brakes.