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Brake disc for mazda oem  L206-33-25XA OEM

Brake disc for mazda oem L206-33-25XA OEM

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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:Ive been able to drive it enough to park it and it starts up fine, but the brakes just wont let up. What can I do?
the 89 Ninja 750 is known to suffer from phlogeston inversion deficiency; the 97 RON fuel is essentially, whilst the rear calipode are strippy and cleaners with new DOT 5 fluidics brillo paddy sealers renewablers checquers the disc thick-lodeing as well. Rockabilly the biker on the main standing and check the front wheelie - does it turny? then the rearmoster; if you can narrower downly to which wheelie has seized you are nine tenths towards the problode, yes? If bother wheels are jammy of the brakes then you have to ask, if you drivers a space rocket why would you not get the servicing done properloders? You have 230 kilogrammes of potentiers 130 m.p.h. killing machine in your hands, whyfore you would risky null braking exciting moments?
Q:Also applies to bikes/motorcycles etc.They also have larger brake discs for that reason. Please try to use laws if possible.
When the car / bike stops, there is a tremendous torque applied that tries to rotate it, lifting the rear tires and pushing the front tires down. In most cases, this means that there is a lot more force pushing the front tires into the ground than the rear tires. The force of friction is proportional to the force pushing the two surfaces together, so the amount of friction between the front tires and the road is much greater than the amount of friction between the rear tires and the road. All of the stopping power comes from this friction.
Q:I know there two brakes. Front and Back.How do you break from 50mph on 5th gear.Please tell me step by step and how to brake and shift the gear when slowing down. which do you use most front or back and do you have to use both.
First off, 50mph is only 3rd gear on my bike at low RPM, 2nd gear if I'm in the canyons and want to keep it wrapped up a little higher. I'll give you my 5th gear scenario: - Scoot my butt back in the seat - Start braking hard with the front brake - Give a little rear brake for stability - Blip the throttle with each downshift until I get to 2nd gear - Let off the rear brake and go all the way to 1st gear - Come to a complete stop with both feet off the pegs Basically, you use the front brake most often, and it can be applied quite hard. If you're not experienced enough yet, you'll be surprised at just how much power the front brake has and how mych stopping power you have before you lock up the front wheel.
Q:For instance, does it wear out the clutch a lot more?does it save the brakes from wearing out? basically, is it good practice to use the engine to brake? and i'm talking about doing it sensibly, changing down gear at the right time, rather than jamming it into third at 100mph
Having owned a few standard transmission cars including Corvettes I'd roll out of the throttle in high gear and let the engine compression slow the car down. Of course high gear wouldn't work in town but what ever gear relative to the speed your going will slow the car down till it's time to clutch, brake and slide the transmission gear selector in it's gate to start while you're moving or low gear when you're stopped. Not to boast but I always tried to be smooth allowing the synchronizers plenty of time to speed up the next lower gear set when I decided to shift down. It's very important to realize that sudden upshifts or downshifts tend to wear the syncro rings.
Q:Hi - I am 18 years old - and never rode a motorcycle before in my life (I have a car). I recently bought a Ninja 250. I signed up for the Motorcycle Basic Riding Course in 4 weeks. Until then, the motorcycle is just going to sit in the garage. Anyways, my question is will the Course tell me how to ride a bike, or do I have to experiment with my bike and learn by myself?
First thing- if the bike is going to sit in the garage for a couple of weeks, add fuel stabilizer and get a battery tender float charger for the battery. Install both of these devises on the bike, then you will be good to go when you decide you want to venture out. If you decide you want to try to venture out before taking the course, learn the basics-how to pick up a downed motorcycle-there is a special technic that does not involve brawn to do it and saves your back. I know I had to 2X yesterday pick up my 800 pound bike on a steep downhill gravel and stone road. nothing sadder than seeing a bike that you are riding laying on its side with no help in sight. Next take the time to read the owners manual. Lots of pertinent info in there. Hardest thing for most beginners-mastering the clutch and throttle while holding the back brake on. You could practice that. Learn to put the motorcycle up on its center stand. Finally read all you can about riding and motorcycle clothing and helmets and gloves and boots and decide what you want and get it. you will need the DOT approved helmet, some form of jacket or long sleeve shirt and gloves, with long pants and boots or shoes that come up over the ankles in order to take the course.
Q:I like the overall appearance of the Yamaha R6 and R1. This would be my first bike. I am a 30 year old female. I checked out insurance for the R1 and it is pretty high. As for the R6 it is very reasonable. I don‘t want to purchase the R6 and be disappointed in the performance, wishing I should have bought the R1.I drive an subaru STI and a built mustang. I love the power. I love the competition with guys as well. I think a girl on an R1 is way cooler than a girl on an R6. Anyway, will I be disappointed with the R6 or is it a great bike and I am just making too big of a deal out of this?As you can tell I love the R1 but it‘s just the insurance:(By the way.please don‘t be mean to me and please don‘t give me other option like Honda‘s or Suzuki‘s. My heart is set on Yamaha.Thanks!!
the words first bike say it all , buy an R1 and youll be dead in a week if your not experienced this is a full on racing machine id say if its your first a 600 is also too fast your looking at plus of 155 mph with deadly acceleration and yes awesome handling this isnt like a car the speed is much faster than a subaru in acceleration so take some care about the machine you choose its not like the old days when bikes just went about 130 for 750cc they have evolved a lot since the 80's, my advice as a motorcyclist of 26 years and motorcycle engineer is go for a 400 cc machine if its your first bike

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