Brake Disc Type: High Carbon | Internally Vented | Cross Drilled
Brake Disc Diameter: 345mm
Brake Disc Thickness: 24mm
Brake Disc Minimum Thickness: 22.4mm
Centering Diameter: 75mm
High Carbon Discs:
The high carbon content of the brake discs keeps them cooler while driving. They perform better in NVH tests, meaning they're less susceptible to judder and screeching.
Geomet Coated Discs:
Spring showers, humid summers, and cold, wet and icy winters they can all take their toll on your vehicle. Factors such as rain, snow, salt and other road sprays can result in corrosion. That means, exposed parts, such as brake discs can quickly become rusty - not a good look when you want to show off your shiny alloy wheels. One way to help prevent this is by fitting Kinetix coated discs.
Our coated discs are manufactured to the same exacting, high-quality standards as the rest of our brake disc range. However, there s one important difference. Unlike other brands, we also coat the entire surface of the disc, including the top hat, outer rim, internal veins and friction surface.
But why is this important?
Easy! With Kinetix coated discs, you get long-lasting protection, fast-fitted to OE standards, and they even look good too.
By applying the coating over the entire disc, including the interior, Kinetix discs offer optimum corrosion protection, compared with oil-dipped or partially painted counterparts.
Last but no means least, our coated discs have been designed for drivers who have a keen eye for aesthetics, as well as product performance.
If you are an enthusiast who alternates normal road use with a more sporty drive, you will most likely have considered the possibility of replacing your standard brake discs with drilled ones. In fact, replacing the brake discs is the simplest step to upgrade your braking system and achieve more responsive and efficient braking in all conditions. The holes disrupt the layer of water that can cover the braking surface. That layer of water acts as a cushion on standard discs, separating the disc and brake pad and increasing the time it takes to stop in wet conditions. On the other hand, provides an efficient response from the very first time the brake pedal is pressed, no matter what the weather conditions are. On a standard disc, wear can result in a build-up of ferrous material, which is deposited on the brake pad's friction material. The holes on discs, on the other hand, have a scraping effect, which cleans the surface of the brake pad, freeing it form materials that can dampen the brake's response.
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