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6 Pots Gold Brake Caliper 380*34mm Disc For Nissan GTR R35

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

Detail Information

Product Name: Brembo GT6 Brake Caliper Piston: Six Pots
Disc Diameter: 380mm Disc Thickness: 34mm
Fit Wheel: Rim 20 Inch Disc Material: Grey Cast Iron
Car Type: Nissan R35 Color: Gold
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Product Description

Jekit 6 Pots Gold Brake Caliper 380*34mm Disc For Nissan GTR R35


Product  Brembo GT6 Brake Caliper Kit
Disc Size 380*34mm
Pots Size 30/34/38mm
Pots Area 52.14mm
Hydraulic Thread Hole M10x1-6H
Mounting Offset 55mm
Caliper Mounting Hole Center  200mm
Mounting Hole Diameter 12.2mm
Pots Numbers 6 Pots


Brake disc

If all four wheels are practical disc brakes, all four wheels will have a brake disc. The brake disc is a component rotating with the wheel, which can prevent the tire from continuing to rotate and convert kinetic energy into heat energy.

brake caliper
The brake caliper is a component attached to the front and rear of the brake disc. There are single or multiple pistons in the brake caliper. When pressing the brake pedal, pressure will be generated to force the brake oil to push the piston, and then push the brake pads to clamp the brake disc inward to achieve the effect of braking deceleration.

Brake pad
The brake pad is a wear-resistant part in contact with the brake disc, which is installed in the brake caliper. The pressure exerted by the brake pad on the brake disc is the key action to slow down the car.

Brake oil pipe
The job of these oil pipes is to deliver brake oil. When the brake pedal is pressed, the brake oil will flow through the pipeline to the brake caliper on each wheel and push the piston in the caliper to clamp the brake disc.


How to enhance the braking effect?


Increase the radius of the brake disc
Since the braking force is equal to the force applied by the brake pad multiplied by the distance from the center of the wheel, increasing the distance from the center is a good thing in this case. Therefore, the radius of many modified brake discs on the market is larger than that of the original brake disc, so that the larger brake disc can provide greater braking force.


Increase caliper piston area
This is commonly referred to as the replacement of large calipers. Increasing the size of the piston in the calipers means that more areas exert specific pressure. If the pressure remains constant and the area increases, the applied force will also increase.


Increase tubing pressure
As the pipeline pressure increases, the braking force will also increase. If you can increase the line pressure (e.g. using a vacuum brake booster), you can indirectly optimize the braking effect.

Increase the friction coefficient between brake pad and brake disc
This is also the most popular method. You can change some brake discs with better materials, such as ceramic brake discs. In addition, there is another way to change some better brake shoes. Both methods can increase the friction coefficient between brake shoes and brake discs.


How to reduce brake heat attenuation?

But as the braking effect goes up, the thermal attenuation of the brake will increase, so we need to use other methods to reduce the attenuation of braking performance! For example, replace a larger brake disc to make the brake disc better absorb heat energy. In addition, ventilated brake disc or scribed and perforated brake disc can greatly reduce the temperature of brake disc during braking. In addition, the brake cooling air inlet pipe can be replaced


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