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Despre Frane...


Ma poate ajuta cineva cu dimensiunile discurilor fata ale Civicului FD?
Ma intereseaza in special diametrul lor.



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Ce discuri ati alege: EBC Turbogroove sau ATE?



Valentin, n-am prea auzit multe cuvinte de lauda la adresa discurilor EBC, exceptie facand UPR-urile, care-s un soi de stock. Deci... Icon_smile
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Eu am pe Civic Turbogroove si sunt multumit.

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Si eu am pe Civic si ATR si sunt multumit de TurboGroove.
La EBC placutele nu sunt ce trebuie, discurile au insa un raport pret-calitate bun.

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Uite ca cineva lucreaza la o baza de date si cateva calculatoare de care ne putem folosi pentru a vedea cat mai bine ce variante sa folosim pentru sistemul de franare , temperaturi , distanta de franare ( in functie de viteza initiala si cea finala , masa masinii etc) :
Mai jos este un calculator (inca in lucru) pentru "brake bias" ... este pentru Eg ,ek, DC2.

Tot acolo gasiti :

Gear ratio :
Load transfer:

Mai multe vor veni pe parcurs. Totul pentru a ne ajuta in a gasi setupul optim pentru noi cu date reale.

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How to Select Brake Rotors
by Dave Zeckhausen

Which rotors should you choose for your vehicle?

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Smooth ........ Slotted ........ Drilled ......... Slotted & Drilled ......... 2-Piece Floating

Smooth rotors offer the quietest operation, lowest dust and longest pad life. If you have a luxury car that is not driven aggressively, this may be your best choice. Often used by endurance racers who need to survive a 24-hour race without a pad change and are willing to give up some performance to achieve that. Typically these are the lowest cost option. Some premium products, such as Centric Parts High Carbon rotors, are available with directional internal cooling vanes (there's a left and a right side part number), even though the factory rotors may use straight vanes. See "Which Way? How to properly install plain, slotted or drilled brake rotors" for more details.

Slotted rotors offer improved bite (initial onset of braking) and slightly higher friction level than smooth rotors. Slots prevent reduction in friction due to pad outgassing or brake dust trapped between pads and rotors. Pad coefficient of friction is maintained over the lifetime of the pads, since slots shave away glaze formation and expose fresh pad surface each time brakes are applied. Slotted rotors are by far the number one choice for cars used in competition or open track events. Best choice for heavy trucks and SUVs, particularly when extra bite is needed for towing. Disadvantages include slightly reduced pad life, some low frequency rumble and pedal flutter when braking hard from high speeds. If the slots are improperly machined all the way to the outside edges, then rotors may develop cracks sooner than plain or properly slotted rotors.

Drilled rotors offer slightly more bite and friction than slotted rotors. As with slotted rotors, pad coefficient of friction remains consistent over their lifetime. Wet bite is improved over plain and slotted rotors, so these may be the best choice for areas with heavy rainfall, like Seattle or Singapore. Weight is reduced by about 0.2 pounds per rotor, depending on size and drill pattern. Disadvantages include possible uneven rotor wear, typically concentric groove formation, although this is mostly an aesthetic concern. A major disadvantage is accelerated formation and spreading of cracks under racing conditions. For this reason, drilled rotors should be avoided for track cars, unless required by the rules. A common piece of misinformation is that they have lower performance than smooth rotors, due to reduced surface area and are for looks only. This is false.

Slotted & Drilled rotors offer a compromise, midway between the benefits of slotted rotors and drilled rotors. These are fine for street applications, but should be avoided for track cars. For the first time, slotted & drilled rotors are starting to appear on some cars as delivered from the factory, including models from BMW and Mercedes.

2-Piece Floating rotors consist of an iron "friction ring" assembled with float hardware to an aluminum hat or mounting bell. These are available slotted or drilled. 2-Piece rotors offer substantial weight savings over the 1-piece rotors described above, as much as 10 pounds per rotor, depending on the specific application. The design allows the outer friction ring to expand as it's heated, without being constrained by the center section. This prevents rotor "coning" and subsequent tapered pad wear and spongy pedal. Because the center section and friction ring are fabricated from dissimilar materials, conductive heat transfer is reduced, lowering wheel bearing temperatures dramatically. Outer friction rings may be replaced when worn, while reusing the center hat, at substantial cost savings. Click HERE for more details on the hardware and assembly of StopTech floating rotors. For track cars, these are absolute best choice and should be used when available. A disadvantage is significantly higher initial cost. For street cars driven in high-salt/chemical environments, corrosion between the iron friction rings, aluminum hats, and float hardware may lead to reduced product lifetime. This can be mitigated by flushing the brakes with water frequently or swapping back and forth between "summer" and "winter" brakes.

The rotors described above are the same external dimensions as the factory rotors on your vehicle now. Zeckhausen Racing carries a range of rotors from Centric Parts, StopTech Sport, StopTech, and Girodisc. Brake upgrades with larger rotors and fixed, multi-piston calipers are also available.



De ce bbk-urile de la stoptech sunt foarte apreciate si multe alte detalii technice interesante si de ajutor:



comparatia cu sistemul oem nu are nici un sens, desi oem e super ok pana dai serios in ea pe track. pleaca in fading de nu-i adevarat si topeste placutele care se lipesc efectiv de disc.

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bbk cu placute de curse incalzite (Rs29 sau Rs15) te pune in gura si descompune spatele fara repartitor.

cu placute de strada (specificatie Audi RS2 sau Porsche) se comporta normal.

gumele fac diferenta Icon_smile



Un tabel pentru a alege mai usor si a combina fara batai de cap placutele cu discurile. Oamenii de la AT-RS fac aceste tabele din 2008.

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lol. cica discurile mele zimmermann nu se pupa cu hawk-urile pe care le-am comnandat pt scirocco Icon_smile)) o sa vedem daca e pe bune.
Invidia Injen Weapon-R Eibach Drag Wheels Skunk2 Magnat



Ce Hawk-uri ai comandat Liviu?
Honda nu arde uleiul, il foloseste.



blue, parca nu mai alea le aveam disponibile din gama HP
Invidia Injen Weapon-R Eibach Drag Wheels Skunk2 Magnat



Technical White papers from stoptech (good read!!!!)


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