|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Price:||Factory direct price|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 working days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union,paypal|
|Supply Ability:||99set/a month|
|Product Name:||8 Pot Brake Kit||Color:||Red Caliper|
|Caliper Material:||Aluminum||Fitted Disc:||365*34mm|
|Application:||Auto Brake||Disc Material:||Grey Cast Iron HT250|
|Bell Type:||Round Cap||Bell Bracket Material:||6061 T6 Alloy|
365*34mm 8 Pot Brakes,
HT250 Drilled Brake Disc,
365*34mm 8 Pot Caliper
Jekit 8 Pot Brake Kit Red Caliper black Bell bracket Holes Disc
Caliper is a component that points to the protruding part outside the brake pad and applies force to the brake disc. The hydraulic pressure generated by the brake master cylinder is on the piston inside the caliper. After the piston expands, it will push the brake pad to the brake disc, which can strengthen the braking performance. Calipers can be divided into "table less calipers" and "table calipers".
The functions of car calipers are as follows:
1. Make the improvement of braking force play a significant effect;
2. The effect of decelerating, stopping or maintaining a stopped state of a moving wheel;
3. Press the brake shoe against the brake disc to produce braking effect;
4. Prevent foreign particles from damaging the piston. The colors of car calipers are red, yellow and gray, custom color
What materials are pistons made of?
Material: titanium alloy, aluminum alloy, iron; Influencing factors: heat dissipation and oxidation. The piston is the intermediate medium for the brake oil to push the brake pad. When the caliper works, the brake pad will produce high temperature due to friction. Under the conduction of the piston, the brake oil temperature will rise slowly. Brake oil that exceeds the operating temperature will lose its conductivity.
Therefore, the material with faster heat dissipation can provide more stable braking performance. The material also affects the performance of the piston. For example, a rusty piston will produce resistance when moving. The common materials of pistons from high to low are titanium alloy, aluminum alloy and iron.
Stopping power. Disc brakes apply more braking force faster, resulting in shorter stopping distances.
Heat management. Since they are exposed to air, disc brakes cool better. Drum brake components aren’t as exposed to the air so they take more time to cool down after braking. This can cause brake fade, a loss of stopping power when friction material overheats.
Wet performance. Disc brakes perform better in wet conditions because they are open to the air and can sling water off easily. Plus, the rotors get dried by the pads dragging across them. When water gets inside a drum brake it tends to get trapped inside the drum, so it takes longer for the friction material to dry out.
Weight. Discs are lighter than drum brakes designed to apply the same force.
Emergency brake. A vehicle’s emergency brake is usually applied to the rear axle. This feature is easier to install on a drum brake than to a caliper or inside the hub of a disc brake rotor.
Disc and drum brakes are built differently, with somewhat different advantages. Your vehicle may have both or just disc brakes. Both work as part of the hydraulic brake system. This is a system that’s under high pressure, is subject to lots of heat and can be compromised by road grime, air, brake dust and moisture.
It’s important to get regular brake inspections to keep everything in proper working condition. Refer to your owner’s manual for a recommended schedule. Remember that funny brake sounds, smells or performance are indicators you need to get your vehicle to the shop right away.
|Product name||GT8 Red Brake System|
|Disc Locating Ring||202mm|
|Rim Size||20 inch|
|Steel hose||35cm to 100cm|