China 6 Pot Brake Kit manufacturer

Original Racing 345*32mm J Hook Disc Brake Kit Caliper

Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Jekit
Model Number: AP9660
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 1set
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: 6 Pot Brake Kit Pots Number: 6 Pots
Caliper Color: Grey Color Disc Size: 345*32mm
Caliper Material: Aluminum Fit Wheel: Rim 18 Inch
Disc Material: Grey Cast Iron HT250 Center Cap Bracket: Aluminum
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Original Racing Disc Brake Kit


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Product Description

Jekit Original Racing Brake Caliper 345*32mm J hook Disc Brake

6 Piston - 210mm Centres - 25mm Thick Pad

Typical Applications:
- Budget, general competition use.
- Single make race series.


- Benefits from a radical asymmetric design concept.
- Superior dynamic performance.
- Increased stiffness.
- Forged, two piece aluminium alloy body.
- Radial mount, 210.0mm x 42.0mm centres.
- Suits Ø390.0mm Max or 362.0mm Min x 36.0mm Max / 32.0mm Min thick disc.
- Stainless Steel Pistons.
- High temperature seals.
- 7lb Anti-knockback springs fitted.
- Stainless Steel wear plates.

Correspond size: 355-362-370mm/thickness 32mm

Pistons size: 36/32/28mm

Caliper material: 356 Aluminum Alloy

Forming way: High Cravity Casting

Surface treatment: Four layers nano coating - high temp resisyant


Which brake calipers are better: floating or fixed?


The parts of the first type have a simple and compact design. They are installed on budget cars with low-power engines. These products are inexpensive and easy in maintenance. However, they are not suitable for aggressive driving style. Apart from this, their inner brake pad breaks down faster than the outer one as it activates sooner.

The fixed components are installed on heavy SUVs and performance sports cars. They are not prone to quick overheating and have a reliable design. On the other hand, such parts are expensive and their maintenance cost is higher.



How do I remove a brake caliper?


The sequence of steps may vary depending on the vehicle model. Follow the repair instructions for your car. Typically, the procedure is as follows:


Open the bonnet.


Unscrew the brake fluid tank cap.


Lift the car.


Remove the wheel.


Disconnect the brake hose from the suspension strut and install a brake hose clamp on it.


Unscrew the hose from the caliper.


Pull the brake pads away from the disc.


Unscrew the fasteners of the component and remove it.



When it comes to upgrading your performance car with uprated high-performance brake calipers, there is a lot of choice out there, with some options performing much better than others.


It’s therefore crucial to read into the specifications of each product before you commit to purchasing


Brake Pad Information

- D54

- Pad Area = 81.62cm³
- Pad Depth = 54.0mm
- Thickness = 25.0mm

*IMPORTANT NOTE* The top tag of the pad needs to removed before fitment.

Piston Szes - mm - Ø27.0 x 2
- Ø31.8 x 2
- Ø38.1 x 2
Piston Area - cm² 50.1
Disc Diameter - mm - Max = 390.0
- Min = 362.0
Disc Thickness - mm - Max = 36.0
- Min = 32.0
Weight - No pads - Kg 3.1
Hydraulic Threads M10x1.0
Mounting Type Radial
Mounting Centres - mm 210.0
Mounting Offset - mm 42.0
Mounting Hole Ø - mm 12.27 - 12.17
PL Dimension - mm 63.5
Bleedscrew Tightening Torque - Nm 17
Pistons - Ø27.0 
- Ø31.8
- Ø38.1 

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