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To put it simply, a motorcycle brake disc is a round plate, which rotates when the motorcycle is moving. The brake caliper clamps the brake disc to generate braking force. When holding the brake, the brake block clamps the brake disc to slow down or stop.
1. The replacement mileage of motorcycle disc brake parts is generally about 40,000 to 50,000 kilometers. Of course, the mileage is not fixed, it is determined by factors such as the owner's own driving habits (whether they like sudden braking), road conditions, and maintenance intervals.
2. If the brake block is still used after severe wear, it will cause friction between the iron block of the brake block and the brake disc. In this way, the motorbike brake discs will soon grind deep grooves and need to be replaced immediately.
3. Although the brake block does not rub against the brake disc, there is a deep groove on the brake disc due to long-term use. When the total thickness of the deep grooves on both sides exceeds 3 mm, the brake disc needs to be replaced.
4. Although the surfaces of some motorbike brake discs are smooth, it has been worn very thinly, and the brake pump is rusted, and the brake shoes are also excessively worn. At this time, not only need to replace the brake disc, but also maintain the brake pump.
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1. After long-distance riding a motorcycle, the brake disc will generate a lot of heat under braking conditions. Therefore, do not wash the car immediately after a long-distance riding of the motorcycle. You should turn off the engine to lower the temperature of the brake disc surface to prevent the high-temperature brake disc from being deformed due to contact with cold water, thermal expansion and contraction.
2. Also prevent the rock from hitting the brake disc and causing deformation. Starting the vehicle after locking the rim and forgetting to unlock it will also easily cause the brake disc to deform. When the brake disc is deformed, it will produce a frictional sound in a single direction.
3. In addition, the best way to improve the life of the brake disc is to maintain good driving habits and try to avoid sudden braking and sudden stops. It is necessary to clean the mud and sand on the motorbike brake discs frequently, and check whether the brake pads are worn to the brake discs frequently.