|Place of Origin:||china|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Packaging Details:||Box Size 40*40*40cm|
|Delivery Time:||5-7 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union,paypal|
|Product Name:||6 Pot Brake Kit||Piston Number:||6 Pot|
|Disc Size:||355x32mm||Calipers Color:||Red /yellow /black /custom Color|
|Disc Type:||J Hook /drilled /dragon Slot /slot /groove||Center Cap Type:||Floating /non-floating /flower|
TS 16949 Front Brake Caliper,
18in wheel Disc Front Brake Caliper,
355x32mm Drilled Brake Disc
|6 pots brake kit|
TS 16949 Certificate Approved
over 18inch wheel
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These have been designed for everyday road use and weekend track use in mind. They will reduce braking effort and give more responsive late braking confidence when used on the track. They also resist fade after repeated high speed stops, but are still able to cope with day to day motoring.
All Performance Road Brake Calipers use conventional seals in conjunction with a dirt seal and are finished with a black PTFE based paint coating which is impervious to normal brake fluids & high brake temperatures, with the AP Racing logo highlighted in yellow, or gloss red with the logo highlighted in white.
1. CP Racing Radi-CAL calipers
2. CP Racing high performance rotors (available as either J hook rotors or cross-drilled and slotted rotors)
3. High performance brake pads
4. Billet aluminum mounting hats and full floating hardware (pre-assembled for easy installation)
5. Billet aluminum mounting bracket
6. Braided stainless steel brake lines with correct conversion fittings when necessary
7.Detailed installation instructions
Larger discs and multi piston calipers provide a huge increase in stopping power
Reduced brake fade, ideal for track days or spirited road driving
Complete vehicle specific kit including all fitting hardware and brake fluid
Calipers feature dust seals and a durable corrosion resistant finish to provide a long, reliable service life.
About Caliper Painting
A quality caliper paint job can reasonably be expected to last for three or four years, whereas a set of high-quality aluminum caliper covers can be expected to last seven to ten years. In the long run, the costs of the two options is much more comparable than at first glance.
It takes about a half hour (roughly) for the paint to dry, then apply a second coat. After another 30 minutes of dry time, apply two coats of paint to the other side. Make sure to apply the paint evenly to avoid drips and make sure the paint is completely dry before replacing the calipers.
The way to install brake kit
Step 1: clean the bearing. After removing the original brake system, clean the bearing part with a steel brush, remove the rust on it, and measure whether the bearing plane is deformed to ensure that the upgraded brake disc fits closely on the bearing.
Step 2: apply sound insulation adhesive to the bearing. Thin application of sound insulation glue on the bearing plane of the original factory can not only prevent the bearing from rusting, but also make the contact between the bearing and the brake disc closer.
Step 3: fix the brake disc. Place the brake disc on the bearing, but note that the screws in this part don't have to be tightened in a hurry. At this step, just fix it.
Step 4: install the axle code and caliper. After the brake disc is fixed, fix the bridge code on the sheep horn, and then fix the caliper on the bridge code to ensure the correct installation position of the bridge code, the correct installation direction of the bridge code and the correct installation direction of the caliper. This step is the same. There is no need to tighten the screws in a hurry, just fix them in a fixed position.
Step 5: accurate measurement of caliper position. In fact, this step is often the most easily overlooked, but it is also the most important step in the whole installation process. In the future use of many modified calipers, the uneven strength of left and right calipers, inconsistent wear of brake pads, and even brake jitter are related to this step. This step is to use an accurate vernier caliper to measure whether the caliper and the brake disc are accurately symmetrical up, down, left and right. On the premise of ensuring accuracy, the force pushed out by the piston can be evenly dispersed on the back of the brake pad, completely avoiding the problem of uneven left and right force, resulting in the failure of the caliper to work completely.
If it is found that the upper, lower, left and right positions of the caliper cannot be accurately symmetrical and the error is great, the installation must be abandoned and the supplier is required to re customize the caliper bridge code. Any installation method of modifying the bridge code or using gaskets is unacceptable.
Step 6: tighten the screws correctly. After confirming the position of the caliper, the fixed screws need to be coated with screw glue. According to the requirements of the caliper manufacturer, use the correct torque wrench to fix the caliper screws. This is very important. Do not use an air cannon.
Step 7: install the brake pad + fixed pressing plate. The brake pads of different calipers are installed in different ways, so this step can also be advanced before the calipers are fixed. The more important thing here is to apply sound insulation glue, which can not only make the brake pads work more smoothly, but also reduce the probability of abnormal noise of the brake pads as far as possible. After installing the brake pad, the spring pressing plate at the top shall also be installed.
Step 8: installation of steel throat oil pipe. For refitting brakes, the importance of steel throat need not be said. It should be noted here that the steel throat with appropriate length shall be selected according to different models, and the steel throat with correct interface shall be matched according to the model of caliper.
Step 9: exhaust air from brake oil. This part is very important for the braking system. If the braking system contains air, it will lead to insufficient braking force at light level and loss of braking by directly depressing the pedal at heavy level. Here, I personally suggest using the special equipment for brake oil replacement to directly replace all brake oil. If the brake oil is very new, use the brake oil of the same brand and model to drain the pedal and replenish the oil.
Step 10: check oil leakage + confirm interference. After the air exhaust operation of the brake oil, after a simple test run, stand for 30 minutes, and check whether there is oil leakage at the interface of the brake oil pipe. Once it is found, it must be handled immediately and the air exhaust operation must be carried out again. In addition, after lifting the car, turn the wheels left and right respectively, and observe whether there is any movement interference between brake calipers, bridge codes, screws, oil pipes and other parts, so as to ensure that there is no friction between these key parts and any parts of the body, and the oil pipes are not pulled. Only in this way can we ensure driving safety in the future.