Disc Brake 43512-17120 (31299) Brake Discs/Rotors with Ts16949 Certificate

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Basic Info.

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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31197

31377

3140

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31198

31378

3141

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31199

31379

3146

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31201

31380

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3488

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31381

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31204

31383

3153

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5401

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31385

 

Q:Rather than downshifting gears after I have stopped on a motorcycle, isn‘t it better to downshift as my speed decreases and use the engine to brake? Thus, by the time I have stopped, I am at 1st gear.
sounds good, just dont jerk it, its hard on the chain and tire :(
Q:she will need to know.If you had to teach a woman how to ride a motorcycle on words alone.what would you tell her to help her understand what to do or what to expect?
Concentrate on braking and especially ont he front brake.Also try to make her really understand the importance of the ability to drive really slow and getting off and stopping reliably. Much more important than hi-speed swinging.Also, a biker needs to plan his/her driving in advance and try to anticipate car drivers attentions.
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?
I did the course and it is two nights of indoor class and two 6-hour days of riding on a parking lot. So Yes they will teach you how to ride a motorcycle and it is on their bikes. You will need a helmet, gloves, etc. Be careful though, keep in mind that the primary thing is to stay in one piece and pass the exam at the end of the second day. I hope you can ride a bicycle, because at my class one of the teachers said that the only person they had to send home for consistently falling over was someone who had never ridden a bicycle. Good luck with the class and happy riding ! PS Meanwhile, read the manual for your bike to familiarize yourself with it, join the ninja forum, read the MSF course handbook, etc.
Q:New to motorcycles. I just got a new chopper and need a few things but I need more general information on what they are/what they do. I need brakes but I do not know where to start. There are so many different kinds of brakes out there. I have weld rims, venom tires, an ultima frame and revtech 88 engine. Where should I start looking as far as categories of brakes go? I have no idea where to start!Help!?!?!?
first of all rev tech is made in TAIWAN! next theres all kinds of brakes I would use 4 piston up front and 6 piston in the back,rev tech are actually good brakes I have them on my panhead.performance machine are probably the best but very high priced,Arlen Ness is good but agin high priced. Get a catalog from FOG HOLLOW they have everybodies stuff!
Q:I have a yamaha xs850: shaft driven motorcycle. From what I‘ve seen on sport bikes with chains the rear wheel is supposed to be able to spin freely when the bike is on a stand and in neutral. My bike however does not.The wheel spins but very difficultly. I can hear something rubbing when I turn the wheel with my hands. It is also very hard to push on the ground in neutral its a pain backing out of a parking spot. Is this normal for a shaft driven motorcycle or is there something wrong with the brakes or bearings?
No, not normal at all! First, put the bike on the central stand and loosen the axle (remember to tighten it back up later) and try spinning the wheel again, if it spins easier than you have some wheel bearing problem or a spacer/washer or two may be missing. If it does not get easier, disconnect the shaft drive at the engine and check the shaft drive by turning the back wheel, it should be the same resistance as before if the shaft drive is in need of repair/overhaul. If it is easier, than try turning the shaft that is on the engine in neutral, there's the problem. ADDED- I must be getting old, bOb is right, check the brakes first!
Q:bike only has 1000 miles on it and it hasnt been completely broken in. Would this problem go away in time as the brakes wear? Is there a way to adjust brakes? Bike is a harley davidson sportster hugger 883
i would not think of so. they might make a squeeking noise or extreme pitch noise, yet no longer a creak, your pads won't be seated properly. i might have them regarded at, take them lower back to an identical place in case you decide on it performed for unfastened, yet once you decide on yet another opinion take it some the place else. relatively they shouldnt make any noise. yet now and lower back they do. So just to be risk-free take it to be regarded at.
Q:Can you just hold in the clutch and brake, then downshift all the gears when your motorcycle stop?
No, the transmission will not allow you to do that. You cannot downshift (or upshift) more than ONE gear when the bike is at a compete stop. You can just hold the clutch in and brake to a stop, but you need to downshift as the bike is coasting - still rolling. You should always match your gear to your road speed so you can let the clutch out and take off again.
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:Hi there, I might be moving to Canada, south Ontario.And I want to change my occupation when I get there, currently I work as a chef, but work part time in a motorcycle shop, doing junior tasks, such as servicing, tyres and brakes. I have found that I love being in the bike shop and want to make this my full time job.So is it easy to get a job with no qualifications?I hear that I need to be licenced?I have no formal qualifications, in this trade, but would be willing to go to night school. I live in the UK at the moment and may move over there in three or four months.Thanks for your help
I'm not familiar with the steps necessary for you to become a motorcycle mechanic. I would imagine you would need to go to school and become licensed to do so. Please keep in mind that you cannot show up at the border and try to move though. You would need to have a legal way to move to Canada or you will be turned away at the border. You can go over the different immigration routes and see if you qualify for any of them. www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/i. Good luck!
Q:Does anyone know the model name of this motorcycle?
looks like a Russian bike from the 1970s. not old

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