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Rear 2 Pot Caliper Ap7700 330*24mm Auto Brake Discs For Bmw E92 M3 Logo Customized

Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Jekit
Model Number: CP7700
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 1
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

Item Name: 2 Pot Brake Kit Caliper Pots: Two
Disc Rotor: 330*24mm Caliper Material: Aluminum
Fit Wheel: Rim 17 Disc Rotor Material: Cast Iron HT250
Center Cap Bracket: Alloy 6061 T6 Caliper Color: Customized
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2 Pot Caliper Auto Brake Discs


Bmw E92 Auto Brake Discs


Bmw M3 Auto Brake Discs

Product Description

Logo Customized Rear 2 Pot Caliper Ap7700 330*24mm Disc For Bmw E92 M3


Safety Tips

the wrong way to brake
"Stop the brake" method

The so-called "point brake" is to step on the brake pedal and then lift it up when using the brake (air brake system). Repeatedly, when the road surface is slippery and the adhesion between the wheel and the ground is low, the "point brake" is used to adjust the brake pedal. It has a certain effect on preventing the slippage of the car when braking. Drivers with this habit think that "clicking the brake" is good. When braking, pressing the brake pedal repeatedly and then lifting the brake pedal will cause the gas to enter each brake cylinder again and again, and make the air pressure in each cylinder once. Higher than once, therefore, the braking force is getting bigger and bigger, and the braking is smooth. In fact, this is a wrong notion. The actual situation is that when the brake pedal is stepped on, the brake master cylinder will connect the air storage cylinder and the brake cylinder, and the gas enters the brake cylinder to push the cam to open the brake shoes, and the car brakes. The air pressure in the air cylinder and the air pressure in the brake cylinder are basically the same. As long as the brake pedal is not lifted, this consistency will not change, that is to say, continue to "brake the brakes". Some people have done a test. When braking at a speed of 50km/h, the braking distance of using "point brake" is 1m longer than that of one-foot braking. If the pedaling speed of "point brake" is slower, the braking distance will be longer. longer.
Foot shift braking method
That is, when braking, the heel of the right foot does not move, and is still under the original accelerator springboard, but the sole of the foot is shifted and placed on the brake pedal. The harm of using this method of braking is: awkward and inconvenient In emergencies that require sudden braking, the soles of your feet may slip off the brake pedal with too much force, especially if there is water or mud on the soles of your shoes. Besides, the height of the accelerator springboard is inconsistent with the height of the brake pedal, and some are still far away, and there is still a certain distance between them. Drivers who use the paddle shift brake think that this method saves time faster than the whole foot shift brake, but it can be verified that it is not faster than the whole foot shift. From the design of the vehicle, it is not designed for foot displacement (as evidenced by the height of the pedal and accelerator pedal in the brake and the distance between them). That is to say, both from the design point of view and the possible unfavorable factors in operation, it is unscientific and unsafe to use the foot shift brake.
"Hanging" braking method
That is, when braking, the entire foot leaves the pedal and the heel is also on the brake pedal. This phenomenon is very common, and its harm is that it is not only easy to slip, but also inconvenient to control the degree of pedaling.
step on the brake pedal
This phenomenon mostly occurs in non-emergency situations, such as when the car is going downhill or turning and can pass by just a little deceleration. In order to save trouble, some drivers put their right foot on the accelerator pedal and do not move. It is obviously unsafe to step on the brake pedal with your left foot.
One foot two uses
Depress both the brake and accelerator pedals. This method of operation is also an emergency measure for some experienced drivers after the handbrake is broken, and is generally not used.


Item name 2 pot brake kit
Caliper number CP7700
Match disc size 330*24mm
Caliper color customized
Disc Type ARC groove
Fit wheel size 17inch


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