China 6 Pot Brake Kit manufacturer

JCW F56 Disc 6 Pot Brake Kit

Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Jekit
Model Number: GT6
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 set
Price: Negotiable
Packaging Details: Box Size 45*45*45cm
Delivery Time: 5-7 days
Payment Terms: Western Union/Paypal, T/T
Supply Ability: 600 sets Per Month

Detail Information

Product Name: GT6 Brake Kit Caliper Piston: 6 Pots
Disc Size: 355*32mm Caliper Material: 6061 Aluminum
Fit Wheel: Rim 18inch Disc Material: Grey Cast Iron HT250
Center Cap Bracket: Aluminum Color: Red/Yellow/Custom Color
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JCW F56 6 Pot Brake Kit


355*32mm Disc 6 Pot Brake Kit


6061 Aluminum car brake kit

Product Description

Jekit Racing Brake 6 Pots 355*32mm Disc For Mini cooper JCW F56


Product description


Caliper Model

6 Pots

Calipers Weight
Two-piece Forged Body
Aerial 6082 Aluminum Alloy


One Full Kit included:
2x Calipers
2x Disc(Drilled/Slotted/Drilled and Slotted)
2x Brake lines
2x Adapters
2x Center hub( hat)
4x Brake pads
1.Car's maker and Car's year
2.Wheel's Dimension
3.ET Value(Offset),PCD(=(Pitch Circle Diameter)
4.Car's VIN(=Vehicle Identification Number)
5.Car's engine capacity ,Aspirated or Turbo
6.Car's photos ,including front and rear wheels

Performance Brake Calipers

High-performance cars need big, strong brake calipers that can slow or stop the vehicle from high speeds.

Disc brakes were originally developed for race cars. Everyone knows that race cars move along at high speeds -- but they also need to decelerate rapidly. In the early days of racing, when most cars were equipped with drum brake systems, brake fadeled to a number of on-track mishaps. Disc brake systems were better ventilated, and as a result, reduced some of the stress that racing and excessive heat

build-up can cause -- in turn, reducing (but not eliminating) brake fade. In time, these powerful brakes trickled down to less performance-oriented vehicles. Now, they're even found on most economy cars. Nonetheless, high-performance cars are still a major market for better and more powerful brakes, and variations on the basic brake caliper design help these brakes provide superior stopping power.

There are certain limitations to just how much the vehicle's brakes and its calipers can do to stop a vehicle; while they may be able to bring the wheels to a stop, it's up to the gripping power of the tires to do the rest, and improved brake parts can't help beyond a certain point. However, there are several ways in which brake calipers can be (and have been) improved. Some common features found in performance brake calipers include:


All of these technologies can increase the braking power provided by a caliper. For smaller cars that typically aren't driven at high speeds, this extra braking power isn't really necessary. However, the faster and more powerful a vehicle is, the more it will benefit from high-performance calipers.


Bigger pistons -- The larger the pistons are, and the greater the area over which they come in contact with the brake pads, the more clamping force they have on the rotor.


More pistons -- Low-end floating brake calipers have a single piston, on the inboard side. Low-end fixed calipers have a single pair of pistons, flanking the rotor disc. High-performance calipers can have multiple pins or pairs of pins, mounted on opposing sides of the rotor. Six-piston models are increasingly common and even 12-piston models are not unheard of. Increasing the number of pistons also serves to increase the clamping force of the caliper.


Less heat retention -- In a sense, your brakes can be thought of as a device for converting movement into heat. As the vehicle slows down, all of that kinetic energy has to go somewhere and most of it ends up as heat. If you want to look at it another way, all that friction between the brake pads and the rotor generates heat in much the same way that striking a match generates heat. If too much heat builds up, the brakes begin to fade, or become less effective. So, the better ventilated the brake calipers are, the better they perform. Also, the larger the surface of the brake rotor, the more the heat is spread out.


Differential bore calipers -- As the surface of the rotor heats up, the clamping force of the pistons has to be increased to avoid brake fade. If the caliper has multiple pistons (or multiple pairs of pistons), the brake rotor surface is initially heated by the pistons pushing against the brake pad at the leading edge of the caliper, making the rotor surface hotter when it rotates back to the pistons closer to the trailing edge of the caliper. Therefore it helps if the pistons closer to the rear edge of the caliper are larger. Differential-bore calipers use smaller pistons up front, larger pistons toward the back.

Brake Calipers FAQ

What is the function of brake calipers?
Brake calipers are a crucial component of a car’s braking system that help reduce the spin of the rotor inside the wheel to halt the vehicle. When brakes are applied, the calipers squeeze and press the pads in an effort to reduce the speed of the vehicle, performing the braking operation.
How much does it cost to replace calipers?
On average, you will pay around $525 to $760 to get your calipers replaced. The cost of the new parts might range from around $390 to $590 excluding the taxes. This does not include the labor fee, which will vary based on your location.
What happens when a brake caliper goes bad?
When your calipers are worn out, the brake pads will wear unevenly. If they are thinner on one side, this might be a sign of a run-down caliper. Another sign could be reduced brake power when you press the pedal.
Why do some cars have red brake calipers?
Red brake calipers are relatively expensive and are used on high-end vehicles such as Ferrari, Porsche, Koenigsegg, Mustang and Bugatti to name a few. Red brakes are also called high-performance brakes or sports brakes.
How much does it cost to have brake calipers painted?
It depends on the types of paint used. Typically, if you’re getting your calipers painted from a professional workshop, it might cost you around $250 to $450. Additionally, if you’re using top-quality specialty paint, you can expect to add $200 per caliper to your bill.
Company Introduction
Guangzhou Yuanxing Industrial Co.Ltd was established in 2017 and is located in Room 302, building 5, No. 7, Laowu street, Dongping village, Yongping street, Baiyun District, Guangzhou ,China. The location is very excellent and the transportation is convenient. We have very rich industry experience and is a trusted supplier. The company has production equipment and skilled front-line employees. Our boss has been engaged in the transformation of automobile braking system since 2011, have about 10 years of experience in this industry. Since 2017, we have set up our own factory, which can provide you with the best price and the best quality products. We specialize in producing aluminum alloy center cap and bracket, which can be customized according to different car models. Meanwhile we also sell complete set brake kit included brake calipers/brake disc rotors/brake pads/brake hose/aluminum center cap and brackets. Our products have strict quality control from the procurement of raw materials to the sale of finished products. Our company purpose is customer first, trying our best to meet the needs of customers. Our company's products are sold worldwide. With excellent quality and reasonable value, quality service, to win the trust and praise of our customers . Warmly welcome to visit our company and factory. We sincerely welcome friends from all over the world to visit our company and cooperate with us on the basis of long-term mutual benefits. We are looking forward to receiving your enquiry soon.
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