Technical Specification of the Motorcycle Disc Brake Parts
Motor Disk Brake
190mm motor disc brake, 220mm disc brake motor, 260mm disk brake motor
Silver black or customized
4-hole convex plate
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Motorcycle caliper parts: 3 positions, 2 pistons, 1 piston, and opposed pistons and custom designs.
Motorcycle brake cylinder : motorcycle front brake master cylinder, motorcycle rear brake master cylinder
Custom motorcycle clutch and brake levers: Motorcycle brake levers come in various types, each offering unique designs and features to suit different riding styles and preferences.
How To Straighten Custom Motorcycle Brake Rotors Discs
Straightening custom motorcycle brake rotor discs requires careful inspection and proper technique. Start by removing the rotor from the wheel and placing it on a flat surface. Use a dial indicator to identify any warping or unevenness. Apply controlled pressure with a rubber mallet or a brake rotor straightening tool to gently tap the high spots, gradually bringing the rotor back into shape. Repeat the process until the rotor is straight. Avoid excessive force to prevent damage. It's essential to ensure the rotor is within manufacturer specifications and consider professional assistance if the warping is severe.
What Are The Different Types Of Custom Motorcycle Brake Rotors Discs?
Custom motorcycle brake rotor discs come in various types, each offering unique characteristics. Common options include:
Solid Rotors: These one-piece rotors are made of a single material, typically cast iron or stainless steel. They provide reliable and consistent braking performance at a lower cost.
Drilled Rotors: These rotors feature holes drilled into the disc surface to aid in heat dissipation and prevent gas buildup between the pad and rotor, improving performance in wet conditions.
Slotted Rotors: Slotted rotors have machined slots on the surface, which help to evacuate gas, debris, and water, resulting in enhanced braking and improved pad bite.
Floating Rotors: These rotors consist of two separate parts connected by floating pins, allowing the outer ring to expand and contract with heat, reducing the risk of warping and improving overall performance.
Solid Brake Discs Vs. “Floating” Brake Discs For Custom Motorcycle Brake Rotors Discs
Solid brake discs and "floating" brake discs are two different designs with distinct characteristics for custom motorcycle brake rotor discs.
Solid Brake Discs: These one-piece discs provide simplicity, durability, and cost-effectiveness. They are generally lighter than floating discs and offer reliable performance for most riding applications.
"Floating" Brake Discs: These discs consist of two parts connected by floating pins, allowing the outer ring to expand and contract with heat. This design helps reduce the risk of warping, improves heat dissipation, and provides consistent performance under extreme braking conditions. Floating discs are often favored in high-performance and track-oriented motorcycles. However, they tend to be more expensive than solid discs and may require more maintenance due to the floating components.