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Established in 1995, China Sujie Auto Parts Co., Ltd. is a professional galfer brake manufacturer, sale and research of auto parts and vehicle components. It has years of OES and OEM galfer brakes production experiences and passed ISO9000 and the TUV certification of ISO/TS16949 quality system. we can provide our customers with high quality auto parts and qualified vehicle components for many kinds of cars such as Ford, Opel, Benz, BMW, Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Mazda, Isuzu, Hyundai, Kia and Truck series.
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GALFER FD164G1396 BRAKE PAD-HH FD164G1396. Braking's Wave rotors are certainly unique in appearance. Both the inner and outer diameters of the rotor have a "scalloped", or wave shape to them. The shape, Braking says, allows heat expansion without warpage. The shape of the rotor also allows the brake pad to "float" on the disk, which helps with even wear and heat dissipation. Rotor material is a proprietary recipe, featuring high carbon content stainless steel, referred to by them as "carbonite stainless steel" and is heat-treated. Rotors are cut by laser, not stamped by a die, and milled on both sides of the rotor to ensure that the disk is not only perfectly flat, but also that each side of the disk is parallel to the other, and not just parallel to the milling surface. The rotors are then mounted, in full floating fashion, to an aluminum carrier. The sudden or high heat introduced into the metal causes rapid expansion, and with such tight tolerances between the rotor and carrier, there effectively is not enough room for the rotor to expand, causing it to warp. This is something I had been experiencing regularly on both the 2000/2001 model CBR929RRs I owned/currently own.

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All this fun that horsepower provides us with, going fast, or at least just going, has to come to an eventual end, or stop - temporarily at least. Used to be that brakes barely got a mention in a test beyond noting they were present on the bike, and worked well enough to stop it. Within the last few years, most notably 1998, when the R1 was introduced, brakes seemed suddenly worthy of actual in depth comment - power, initial bite, fade resistance, feel, etc. Ever since the R1's brakes came on the scene, manufacturers have made more effort to improve their bikes' stoppers and given them the attention needed to effectively and safely stop the bike (with proper rider control input, of course) from the ever-increasing speeds being attained both on the street and the track. The quest for lightness has caused brake rotors get increasingly thinner, and despite the extra material present for the larger diameters, there doesn't seem to be enough metal there to handle sudden, intense and/or prolonged exposure to friction and the resulting heat. Compounding the problem, are the "floating" rotors that are actually riveted fairly tight to their aluminum carriers.


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