|KRS NO||OE NO||TRW NO||AIMCO NO||FERODO NO||TEXTAR NO|
Car Models That Standard Brake Discs Are Used For：
|AUDI||AUDI A6 (4G2, 4GC, C7)||2010/11-2018/09|
|AUDI A6 Allroad (4GH, 4GJ)||2012/01-2018/09|
|AUDI A6 Avant (4G5, 4GD, C7)||2011/05-2018/09|
|AUDI A7 Sportback (4GA, 4GF)||2010/07-2018/05|
|AUDI A8 (4H2, 4H8, 4HC, 4HL)||2009/11-2018/01|
|AUDI (FAW)||AUDI (FAW) A6L Saloon (4G2, C7)||2012/01-|
Standard Brake Discs Dimensions：
|Front and Rear Axle||Front Axle|
|Brake Disc Thickness||34 mm|
|Minimum Thickness||31.5 mm|
|Centering Diameter||68 mm|
|Number Of Holes||5|
|Pitch Circle Diameter||112 mm|
|Solid Or Vented||V|
Drilled & Slotted Rotors
Drilled and slotted brake discs are made holes in ordinary brake discs, Increase the surface area of its contact with air in the air duct, Reduce or extend the chance and time of thermal decay of metals, Increase airflow to the surface of the brake discs enhances heat dissipation efficiency, Avoid heat build-up affecting the braking effect.
Effectively overcome brake shake caused by excessive heat and water deformation of the brake disc, It will also reduce the brake dust due to high-temperature adhesion to the hub, too long oxidation of black and yellow will be the problem of the wheel hub rust.
Drilled and slotted brake disc effectively solves the rolling friction caused by friction dust, road impurities, and dust in the air during vehicle driving, and reduces brake jitter caused by brake noise and friction unevenness. The Drilled and slotted brake disc increases the friction coefficient generated by braking, increases the friction between the brake disc and the brake pad, greatly improves the driving safety factor, and effectively shortens the braking distance.
When a Drilled and slotted brake disc is driving on a rainy day, because the drilled and slotted, it can effectively avoid the effect of water film lubrication and Prevent the braking effect from weakening, Driving on a sunny day can also reduce the air film produced by the air, it can improves braking performance.
Drilled and slotted brake discs are called High-speed discs or modified discs. They are usually assembled in high-performance cars, such as racing cars, sports cars, or sports cars.