Car Parts Brake Linling For BMW

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Japanese car brake pads
1.Good performance of brake pads with long life time
2.No black dust residue
3.Less brake disc wear



Semi-metallic, low-metallic and ceramic, Non-asbestos.


ISO9001 and TS16949 approved.


-Significantly reduced dust development

-Practically noise-free

-Better rim appearance

-Greater comfort

-No brake judder

-Better environmental protection

-Lower repair costs

-Very safe

4.The price will be sent to you soon after get your OEM or Drawings.

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Product Name:  car brake pads
MATERIAL:Semi-metallic, low-metallic and ceramic, Non-asbestos
Life Timeabove 40000kms
PRODUCT FEATURES:1) High friction coefficient, Low noise,Wear resistant;
2) Good thermal recession and recovery;
3) Good performance of water proof;
4) Friction coefficient:0.25-0.4/0.30-0.40/0.40-0.50/0.50-0.60
5) long life time


1.Inner box Neutral box white good quality the size accords to product size.

2.Can be according to client requirement and use client brand.

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Car Parts Brake Linling For BMW

Car Parts Brake Linling For BMW

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Q:Disc Braking System Question?
Driver pushes on the brake pedal the brake pedal is mounted on a lever that is attached to a pushrod. The pushrod moves a piston inside the master cylinder which pressurizes the brake fluid. this creates hydraulic pressure which travels down the brake lines to the calipers. The pressurized fluid causes the caliper piston topush out against the inboard brake pad. When the inboard brake pad contacts the rotor, the caliper begins to slide. This brings the outboard brake pad into contact with the rotor. There are several different types of calipers. There are also several types of valves and ABS units that fluid flows through on a modern vehicle. too much typing, check link
Q:ABS anti-lock system who invented
Buick (BUICK) company in 1971 developed by the electronic control device automatically interrupt the engine ignition to reduce the engine output torque, to prevent the drive wheel to drive the anti-lock system.
Q:What is a brake system fluid flush?
After lots of use brake fluid develops a black grit. Sometimes you can see it in the bottom of the fluid reservoir. What it will do in time is make your rubber parts in the brake and slave cylinders leak and suck air. You can extend the life of your brake parts if you replace it next time you work on the brakes.
Q:Brake System Problem?
if it's raining and you are driving with bad brakes and a brake fluid leak, STOP PLEASE!!!! A leak in the brake line is serious and you will cause serious injury to yourself or other people. It definitely is a brake fluid leak from somewhere. Do you have drum brakes in the rear? The wheel cylinders in the drum brakes tend to fail and cause a slow leak which can quickly change to a major catastrophic failure of the brake system. Jack the car up, take a rear wheel off, check behind the whole wheel system and look for fluid, do this on both sides. If none is found, check the master cylinder itself as it may have failed and started leaking out one of the lines.
Q:Physics. Hydraulic braking systems?
it is no longer plenty that drinks can pass stress, fairly that they are able to no longer be compressed. The grasp cylinder is crammed with fluid held in a reservoir, that reservoir is hooked as much as a cylinder with a piston it somewhat is hooked as much as the brake pedal. The grasp cylinder is hooked as much as brake cylinders on the guy wheels by utilising brake lines or tubes. the completed device is void of air and brake fluid fills all of the cylinders and lines. each guy or woman wheel cylinder has pistons besides. once you push on the brake pedal the stress from the pedal pushes the piston interior the grasp cylinder forward. The piston tries to compress the fluid, on the grounds that this won't ensue the fluid is compelled into the brake lines. Then fluid is compelled into the wheel cylinders. the upward thrust of the fluid interior the wheel cylinders forces the pistons outward. those pistons are related to the brake shoes (drum brakes) or calipers (disk brakes). The brake shoes are pressed against the drum and or disk, which creates friction and motives the motor vehicle to slow to a supply up.
Q:Braking systems?
I like the Regen brake. Anyway, I think both brake systems all need to work in conjunction with a friction brake because they always have some limitations on the braking performance. Basically, regen brake is a device which can slow the vehicle speed using an electrical machine (in generator mode), but electromagnetic braking systems create the eddy current in the disc and these currents generate an opposing magnetic field, which can resist the rotation of the disc, providing braking force and dissipating the kinetic energy at the same time. If you want to say, they both use indunction, I'd say they use the induction in a different way. For the vehicle brake designers, the regen brake would (should) be the primary brake, the eddy-current brake is the secondary brake and the friction brake is the teritary brake, because they prefer the energy recovery to the energy dissipation. And there are some drawbacks for the electromagnetic braking systems. For example, the electromagnetic braking force is very low at low vehicle speed and since the eddy-current brake generates a huge heat energy during braking, this high temperature could result in the deformation of the disc. And you're right. The regen brake cannot recover 100% braking energy, but brake system components will not easily wear out. I think the battery in hybrid cars will be replaced first. And you may say, their torque-speed curves are similar, so the regen also provides low braking force. I'd say, regen is better, because if the electric motor has higher power rating and the energy storage device is not full, the regen brake can offer bigger braking torque compared with the eddy-current brake. However, if the vehicle is in downhill driving, the eddy current brake will be the primary brake.
Q:What does the whole brake system consist of?
It it will help explain.
Q:What is the differences between ABS & anti locking system ?
Anti-lock Breaking System Same thing....
Q:Abs and brake lights
To the other repair shop computer to detect the fault code, if the fault code display is ABS head pump failure that no way, but the ABS master pump failure rate is relatively low, most of the sensor failure or bad lines, the sensor dirty and other failures!
Q:What is an anti-lock brake system?
It controls the amount of brake pressure to each wheel, if one starts to lock up and skid it releases the pressure to that wheel and keeps the car in a Straight line. hope this helps you.

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