|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1set|
|Packaging Details:||Box Size 20*20*20cm|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union, T/T,paypal|
|Supply Ability:||5000 sets Per Month|
|Item Name:||Auto Brake Pads||Pads Area:||45mm~65mm|
|Material:||Ceramic Carbide Metal||Fit Caliper:||AP Racing|
|1 Set:||4 Pcs||Temperature:||150~800°C|
|Origin:||China||Size:||Customized By Caliper|
65mm Automotive Brake Pads,
HP3000 Automotive Brake Pads,
AP Racing Caliper Auto Brake Pad
Jekit Ceramic Carbide Metal Brake Pads HP3000 Fit For APracing Caliper
|AP racing brake pads|
|Package||Neutral Packing 20*20*20cm|
High-performance brake pads are the most direct, effective and simple way to improve braking power. At present, most of the high-performance brake pads use carbon fiber and metal materials as the main raw materials, and emphasize the environmentally friendly formula without asbestos. Since the Know-How of brake pads lies in the material formula, consumers cannot know the actual material from the product label. Therefore, the choice of brake pads is based on the friction coefficient-temperature curve and applicable working temperature provided by the manufacturer. (if any), only test reports or experience from professional media can be used as a reference. There are car owners who misuse pure competitive brake pads and spend a high price to get a braking effect that is worse than the original brake pads. The reason is that its gentle driving style keeps the brake pads from reaching the most basic working temperature. Of course the effect is bad. The most common problem when changing the brake pads is the accompanying noise. If the disc is flat, there is no solution. Either accept it or change it.
Increase brake pedal force
If you press hard on the brakes but can't lock the tires, it means that the pedals are not producing enough braking force, which is very dangerous. If the braking force of a car is too low, although it will still lock up when pedaling hard, it will also lose its tracking control ability. The limit of braking is the moment before the brakes lock, and the driver must be able to maintain control of the brake pedal at this force. To increase the brake pedal force, you can start by increasing the brake power assist and replace it with a larger size Air-Tank, but the increase is limited, because the excessively increased vacuum assist force will make the brakes lose the progressiveness. In the end, as a result, the driver cannot control the brakes effectively and stably. The most ideal is to modify the master cylinder and the sub-cylinder to further utilize Pascal's principle to increase the brake pedal force. When modifying the wheel cylinder and the fixture, the size of the disc can be increased at the same time. The braking force is the force distance exerted by the friction force generated by the brake pads on the axle. Therefore, the larger the diameter of the disc, the greater the braking force.
cooling of the brakes
Excessive temperature is the main reason for brake pad deterioration, so the cooling of the brakes becomes particularly important. For disc brakes the cooling air should be blown directly to the clamps. The main reason for the decline of the brakes is due to the boiling of the brake fluid in the clamps, such as cooling air can be introduced into the clamps while driving through suitable pipes or through specially designed rims. In addition, if the heat dissipation effect of the rim itself is good, it can also share some of the heat from the disc and the clamp. Scribing, drilling or ventilated discs with ventilated design can maintain a stable braking effect and avoid the sliding effect caused by high-temperature iron filings between the brake pads and discs, effectively ensuring braking force.
The most important performance indicator of brake pads is the coefficient of friction. The brake friction coefficient specified by the national standard is between 0.35-0.40. The friction coefficient of qualified brake pads is moderate and stable. If the friction coefficient is lower than 0.35, the safe braking distance will be exceeded or even the brakes will fail. If the friction coefficient is higher than 0.40, the brakes are likely to lock suddenly, resulting in a rollover accident.