|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Packaging Details:||Box Size 45*45*45cm|
|Delivery Time:||5-7 days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union/Paypal|
|Supply Ability:||600 sets Every Month|
|Item Name:||Rear Oversized Disc||Application:||Rear Brake|
|Disc Size:||355x22mm||Disc Design:||Drilled|
|Center Cap Bracket:||Aluminum 6061||Center Bell Color:||Black|
|Center Hat Type:||Round Bell|
B8 Rear Disc Brake,
Audi RS4 Rear Disc Brake,
Floating Rear Disc Brake
Factory Rear Disc Brake 355*22mm Drilled Floating For Audi RS4 B8
What is a vented rotor?
Solid vs. Vented Brake Rotors
Brake Rotors are available in 2 basic types, solid or vented. This is known as the “rotor construction.”
Vented Brake Rotors are common on most modern vehicles. They have a hollow channel between the inner and outer surfaces. This channel (or vent) allows the rotor to shed more heat. This helps to prevent Brake Fade.
Vented rotors are usually installed on the front axle due to the vehicle’s Brake Bias. However, vehicles with a performance braking system can also have vented rotors on the rear axle.
Solid Brake Rotors are made from a single piece of material; usually, cast iron. They are common on the rear axle of street vehicles with 4-wheel disc brakes.
A solid rotor is easier to manufacture, making it less expensive. On the rear axle, heat build-up is less likely, due to brake bias. This is why some OEM’s use them in the rear.
NOTE: Some economy vehicles have solid rotors in the front. (i.e. 1989 Toyota Tercel, 1981 Volkswagen Rabbit, etc.)
Solid rotors can also be found on some race cars. They are lighter than vented rotors and have less rotating mass. When acceleration is the goal and heat is less of a concern, they can be the better option. Drag racing is a good example of this.
Solid and vented rotors are NOT interchangeable.
To switch from one to the other, you may need new calipers, pads, brackets, etc.
Before ordering new brake rotors, check your vehicle to see what you have.
Some vehicles could have either type, even in the same model year. (i.e. 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, etc.)
|Item Name||Rear brake disc center bell bracket|
|Disc type/Center type||Drilled Disc|
|Car Model||Audi RS4 B7|
|Fit Wheel rim size||