|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Packaging Details:||Box Size 45*45*45cm|
|Delivery Time:||5-7 days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union/Paypal, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||600 sets Per Month|
|Item Name:||4 Pot Brake Kit||Caliper Pots:||Four Pots|
|Disc Size:||285*24mm||Caliper Material:||6061 T6 Aluminum|
|Fit Wheel:||Rim 15||Disc Material:||Grey Cast Iron|
|Front Or Rear:||Front Wheel||Caliper Color:||Black|
Front 4 Pot Brake Kit,
Grooved Disc 4 Pot Brake Kit,
Peugeot 106 Brake Disc
4 Pot Brake Kit 285*24mm Grooved Disc Kit For Peugeot 106 Front
Do I need drilled or slotted rotors?
Brake Rotor Styles Explained
There are lots of options when it comes to selecting new Brake Rotors. Once you know if they’re Solid or Vented, the next questions is “What Style?”
Brake rotors come in several styles designed to handle Brake Fade in different ways.
Solid Surface Brake Rotors can be called “smooth” or “blank” rotors. They provide the most surface area to create friction with the pads. They are strong and durable. That’s why most new cars use them.
Solid surface rotors can also be used for moderate track use. However, your brakes will fade if they get too hot.
Slotted Brake Rotors are an upgrade over smooth rotors. They have grooves machined across the face. Slotted rotors are the choice for most performance brake systems.
During heavy braking, fade becomes more likely. The slots allow excess dust and gases to escape. This keeps the pad in contact with the rotor and increases friction. The edge of the slot can also cut into the pad for even more “bite.”
Slotted rotors can improve braking performance. However, they increase pad wear.
Cross-Drilled Brake Rotors are a holdover from the old days of racing. They have holes drilled through the face. Today, they are usually chosen for looks.
Originally, drilled rotors were used to vent the dust and gas created by the brake pads. They also helped to cool the brakes down. However, they are prone to cracking if they get too hot.
For street use, drilled rotors work fine. They probably won’t ever get hot enough to crack. In wet conditions, the holes give water somewhere to go. This can improve initial bite. However, drilled rotors are not recommended for serious racing use.
|Product||4 pots brake caliper|
|Rim wheel||15 inch|
|Car model||For peugeot|
|Brake Pads Depth||45mm pads area|
|Brake line||Concave mouth|
|Center Bell||Round/ bell|
|Bracket||According car data|