|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1set|
|Packaging Details:||Box Size 45*45*45cm|
|Delivery Time:||4-7 days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union/Paypal|
|Supply Ability:||600 sets per Month|
|Item Name:||6 Pot Brake Kit||Caliper:||Ap9665|
|Brake Disc Diameter:||370mm||Disc Thickness:||36mm|
|Fit Wheel Rim:||Rim 19||Disc Material:||Grey Cast Iron HT250|
|Caliper Material:||Alloy||Caliper Color:||Gray|
|Delivery Time:||7-10 Days||Bell Type:||Custom|
|Caliper Logo:||AP Racing Logo/No Logo|
6 Pot Disc Brake Set,
CP9665 Disc Brake Set,
Nissan S13 6 Pot Brake Kit
6 Pot Brake Kit CP9665 With 370*36mm For Nissan S13 Front Rim 20
How to install it correctly? In fact, it's very simple, just three points. First, the opening of the oil drain screw (vent) must face upward under all installation conditions. Second, relatively, the external oil pipeline of the brake caliper must be located downward. Third, when the brake disc rotates, its rotation direction path must follow the direction from the small piston of the brake caliper to the large piston.
After installation - precautions:
1. The newly installed brake calipers may have a slightly worse braking effect than the original ones, which is a normal phenomenon;
2. After the upgrade, during the running in period of 800-1000 km, try not to step on the brake suddenly, which is easy to damage the disc and deform the disc;
3. During the running in period, the braking effect increases gradually with the number of kilometers. The effect will be increased by 20% at about 300km, another 20% within 600km, and the running in will be completed at 800-1000km;
4. Do not wash the brake disc with water immediately after fierce driving, which is easy to deform the brake disc and cause shaking.
If you are like most American drivers, you will apply your brakes around 200 times a day. That is 200 times you entrust your safety to 40+ components to bring you to a stop. Some of the main components in the stopping effectiveness of your vehicle are your rotors, which work to dissipate heat created from your brake pads.
What Are Rotors?
Brake rotors are the circular discs that are connected to each wheel (two in the front and two in the back). Rotors are designed to turn motion (kinetic energy) into thermal energy (heat). When you press down on the brake pedal, it sends a signal via the master brake cylinder to your calipers to squeeze your brake pads together against the rotors’ large surface area. This friction created by the pads pressing up against the rotors resists the spin of the wheel, which slows its rotation and halts the movement of the car.
What Are The Different Types of Brake Rotors?
When it comes time to replace your rotors, keep in mind that not all rotors are made the same. In fact, there are four different types to choose from, so before replacing your vehicle's rotors, make sure you're choosing the right one for your needs. The four different rotor types are:
Blank & Smooth - Blank and smooth rotors are what you'll find on most passenger vehicles and feature a smooth, blank metal surface all the way around the rotor
Drilled - Drilled rotors feature drilled holes around the metal surface
Slotted - Slotted rotors feature long "slots" or lines in the metal surface
Drilled & Slotted - Drilled and slotted rotors combine the drilled holes and slots for enhanced performance
Luckily, choosing the right rotor for your vehicle is as simple as viewing the existing rotors on your vehicle. Another thing to keep in mind when replacing your vehicle's rotors is that the rotors on your family sedan probably won't work on your pickup truck, and vice versa. Now, let's take a look at the different rotors, what they look like, and their respective applications
|Item Name||AP9665 Brake Kit|
|Bell and bracket color||Silver anodized|
New Center Bell
|Caliper Material||Aluminum Cast|
|Logo||AP Racing/No logo|
|Disc type||J hook Disc|
|For Wheel size||Rim 19|
|Complete kit||brake caliper/brake disc with center cap and bracket/
brake lines/brake pads