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Jekit Tesla F50 4 Pot Brake Kit 355*32mm Type III Brake Disc Kit

Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Jekit
Model Number: F50
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 set
Price: Factory Price
Packaging Details: Box Size 45*45*45cm
Delivery Time: 5-7 days
Payment Terms: Paypal, T/T, Western Union
Supply Ability: 600 sets Per Month

Detail Information

Item Name: F50 Brake Kit Caliper Pots: 4 Pots
Caliper Color: Red Color Disc Rotor Size: 355*32mm
Caliper Material: Aluminum Fit Wheel: Rim 18 Inch
Disc Material: Grey Cast Iron HT250 Technique: Cast
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Jekit Tesla F50 Caliper A Pot 355*32mm Type III Brake Disc Kit


How to improve your cars braking.

"Thanks for reading our ultimate guide to brake upgrade kits"
Brakes should never be overlooked – a big part of going fast requires that one is able to stop quickly too!
A brake works with a friction pad, which when pressed against the Disc converts the kinetic energy into heat. This head it the dissipated and the cars forward momentum is slowed up.

Heat build up is a big problem with heavy braking and if you've ever watched motorsports at night you see the brakes glowing with heat after a lot of use.

When you press the brake pedal this force goes from into a magic box called a servo, and this uses engine power to amplify the pressure of your foot decreasing the effort you need to expend and gives a nice progressive feel.
The additional pressure is transferred to the friction pads by means of liquid (brake fluid) inside a tube (liquids do not compress like air).

At the brake pad end, which is subject to high temperatures, the fluid itself can get very hot so demands are made on even the brake fluid.


If you make your car go faster you should also ensure you can stop it faster too!


The benefits of using a liquid, which cannot be easily pressurised, means that the effect of braking passes along the tube (brake pipes) almost instantly and very little is lost along the way.

A cable would stretch a little and needs constant adjusting – most handbrakes use a cable system so you are aware how inefficient the cable brake system is also cables are more susceptible to the effects of heat and stretching.

The problem with brake fluids are that they are hygroscopic (they draw in water particles) which reduce the effectiveness of the transference process also at high temperatures they can boil – bubbles of air in the brake fluid create a spongy effect at least or at worst can completely prevent the brake from having any effect.


The braking heat dissipates from the pad over the discs so the better the disc at cooling the more effective it will be.
Enter the vented disc which has a central channel which increases the surface to air ratio of the disc and creates much better and faster cooling.


Drilled discs also increase the air ratio and along with grooves help to prevent a gas build up between the pad and the disc and the drilled holes help to keep the pads ‘clean and sharp’.


Bigger discs = better cooling but bigger discs may require a different style of alloy wheel.


Brake pad materials.
The brake pads though are an essential part – the higher the friction the better although they can create noise and dust.


Racing pads are specially constructed from a high friction compound which works at much higher temperatures as a consequence it will be ineffective when cold.


Motorsports race brake pads will start working effectively only when very hot so this renders race spec pads useless for the road where braking most often happens on cold pads or for very short bursts.


TorqueCars have found that fast road pads such as those supplied by Pagid and Black Diamond are a very good compromise and give improved braking and good wear properties.


Some makes of performance pads have the added benefit of producing nearly zero brake dust and even last longer than the standards pads I was using – although driving style will effect the wear on the pad and on your discs.


ABS prevents a skid under lockup conditions by releasing the brake until the wheel rotates again. This effectively reduces the braking force to your current level of grip.


Due to weight distribution changes under steering you effectively reduce your wheel locking resistance so steering will reduce the braking efficiency as the ABS cuts in more to compensate.

ABS on gravel and snow can actually be a problem as the brakes are cut due to loss of traction whereas if the wheels where slowed a little the car could stop more quickly.


Rally cars have a custom ABS setup which is quite different to standard road cars and maintains control and braking efficiency on gravel surfaces.

If you are not a competent mechanic Torquecars recommend that you leave brake work to the specialist as a failure would result in a certain accident.


Guide to Brake upgrades.


You can do a lot to improve a cars stopping power.


Typically you'd fitting bigger discs and better pads.

As a larger disc will have a greater friction area and will dissipate more heat you will benefit immediately.


You will also notice you have more feel and it is easier to detect the point of lock up with a large disc conversion kit.


Taking a standard family car with relatively small discs, as an example, an easy and cheap route would be to visit the breakers yard and get brake disks and servos from a performance model from the same family.


For example a basic small family car will usually upgrade to the performance versions brakes (if these fit into the alloy wheels or you'll need to get larger rims. Often small cars share similar part specifications to the larger executive counterparts so a little research and chatting with our forum members will point you in the right direction. Brakes across VW Audi Porsche Skoda and Seat are generally interchangable as most hubs are the same or you can swap out the hubs easily.


The calipers (these apply the clamping force) and pistons (which push the calipers) next come in for attention. The more pistons you have the greater the clamping force you'll get and this will allow the use of much larger pads.


If you are intending to use brake calipers from another make or larger vehicle that has 4 or more pistons it is not as easy as making a dog bone adapter to mount them onto the factory (or larger discs) to replace the factory single piston sliding calipers!


It is imperative that the total volume of fluid used when the brakes are applied be equal to the amount used in the donor cars master cylinder when the brakes are applied.


If you don't do this the pedal feel and stroke will be different and the pedal will almost certainly go closer to the floor before the brakes work.


To get the pedal engagement at the same height as factory may require over boring the factory brake master cylinder to increase its volume to match the donor vehicle's master cylinder OR replacing it with a larger unit to get the fluid volume displacement correct.

We see little point of adding more pistons to a standard size disc as the heat dissipation ability of the disc will be impaired by the larger pads used.


When upgrading the discs you should also look into increasing the pad, caliper and number of pistons for best effect.



Product name
Modified Brake caliper
Caliper Craft Cast
Neutral packaging / custom packaging / tray
Tes la F50
modified brake caliper
brake caliper 4 piston
For wheel hub 18 inch or more


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