Auto car brake disc rotors oem 43512-26160

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Certification:ECE

Type:Brake Discs

Material:Non-Asbestos

Position:Front

Export Markets:Global

Product Description

Brake disc 
Standard: E-MARK 
Origin: China 
Features: 
1) Hardness: 180-240HB 
2) Long service life 
3) 100% crucial dimension inspection 
4) 100% qualification 
5) Low noise 
Standard for casting is G3000. Standard for machining is SAE-J431. 
We use AIMCO# and OEM# and right now we have more than 1, 900 items that can be supplied to the aftermarket 

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Q:Why did not the motorcycle brake?
As long as the car, it has a brake, no no!
Q:Why are my new front motorcycle brake pads squeaking?
Are you certain that you have replaced them with pads compatible with the discs (rotors)? I have a feeling that the blue or brown marks are caused by heat created by a mis-match, although it could be some form of contamination. Brake dust ground off during braking collects on the disc and can cause squealing, give the whole area a good clean with a clutch and brake cleaner. It used to be the case that brake pads were fitted with a generous dab of copper grease at the back (piston-facing) of the pad, but I believe that is no longer necessary, I haven't needed to do that for many years, the copper grease was to reduce squealing.
Q:Motorcycle oil brake does not hit the oil Editor's note
There may be brake oil or brake system in the air, there may be insufficient brake oil, brake pump blockage or damage can not be caused by the formation of pressure.
Q:Motorcycle, braking and clutch?
When you brake you can also change gear and you can use the engine to slow using engine braking, done properly this does not damage the bike. If you do it wrong you will be able to hear (and feel).
Q:what's the difference between ABS and a TCB?
ABS- Anti-lock braking system TCB- Traction control braking ABS- An ABS generally offers improved vehicle control and decreases stopping distances on dry and slippery surfaces for many drivers; however, on loose surfaces like gravel or snow-covered pavement, an ABS can significantly increase braking distance, although still improving vehicle control. TCB- A TCB, is a secondary function of ABS in motor vehicles, designed to prevent loss of traction of driven road wheels. It enhances driver control. CLEAR?
Q:motorcycle BRAKE nightmare?
Like someone else said. The piston is stuck in the bore of the caliper. Had a bike come thru a few days ago with the same issue. Duel caliper fronts and the left one frozen solid. Put 170psi of air to brake free. Nothing. 170psi should have shot that piston a cross the parking lot and down the street.
Q:Motorcycles, which brake to use?
Braking power is roughly proportional to how much weight is on each tire. The harder you brake, the more stopping power is available at the front, and the less at the rear. This is because of the weight transfer which occurs as you brake. Front braking must be done progressively: moderate braking loads the front tire, which allows more braking, which further loads the front tire, which allows more...etc. So very gentle braking will be roughly 50-50. The most extreme example of braking would be racers who lift the rear tire off the ground. In such a case, braking would be 100% front, 0% rear. The harder one brakes, the less traction there is at the rear. Should the rear skid during a panic stop, it is best to hold the rear brake on. To release it may provoke a high-side. Should the front skid, it is vital to release that brake immediately, or a crash is inevitable. I hope that you are not trying to learn how to ride via the Internet. Take an approved course.
Q:Which brand of motorcycle is good?
Jialing old brand
Q:What is wrong with my motorcycle brakes?
If your bike is equipped with disc brakes then the most likely cause of the short-term brake failure was the soapy water on both the pads and disc. The brakes work on the principal of friction so the soapy water was actually working as a lubricant, preventing the brakes from doing their thing. Many older bikes lacked disc rotors with vents which would more quickly dissipate water from them. The result was a complete inability of the brakes to stop the bike for a fleeting moment until the pads and disc evaporated the water. Scary moments, imho.
Q:Question about braking sequence on a motorcycle..?
In an emergency do what your course taught you (brake, clutch, downshift). Just riding around, clutch then brake or both at the same time. But at high speed the transmission will slow you down quicker then you think. And at very high speed, wind resistance will slow you down quickly.

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