FAQ English

Where can I get my replacement pads?

You can use pads from any other brands, as we use the same design as AP racing. We can send you the references of the pads in order for you to check. Just let us know. Almost all our customers come back to get our spare pads, because the price is affordable and the compound is specially developed for our rotors. They give day and night performance, endurance and bite, compared to stock brakes with sports pads, so people don't usually try to improve braking and bite further than what our spo...

How can I check the fitment into my wheels?

Please contact us and we will send you the templates for the sizes you would like to check. Here is a picture of how to apply our templates into your wheels. Please make sure you do the following: - Print at the full scale - Check that the scale is 100% correct after printing, using the measurements on the templates. - Paste the template on a thicker piece of cardboard so it stays straight. - Cut around the dotted line. - Apply to the inside of your wheel center bore and check the clearanc...

How long do manufacturing and shipping take?

We use UPS/DHL/EMS for shipping (in preference order) in order to insure reliable and tracked shipment of all our orders. As a result, the delivery is also quick with 3 to 4 days to most places Worldwide. For more remote areas, allow 5 to 7 days. Our custom Big Brake Kits take 7 to 10 working days to build. For fully custom big brake kits or new models based on measurements, please allow 4 to 5 days extra for our R&D team to complete the drawings and new parts production. For Coilover Kits: ...

What kind of custom color finish do you offer? 

We have a wide range of colors available. Most importantly, we have different kinds of custom caliper finish. All our calipers come with anti-corrosion primer anodized coating before the custom color finish is applied: We can offer the calipers with sandblasting or without sandblasting, prior to finishing the color. Most calipers you see in the market are sandblasted, but since ours are custom built in small batch, we can leave them raw after machining, in order to obtain a very smooth and sli...

What are anti-knockback springs?

Anti-knockback springs are mainly for race use. They will avoid any pad knock-back after high-speed cornering. The knockback can be caused by the wheel bearing flexing under an extreme load during long high-speed turns. During turn, it will cause the rotor to push the pads/pistons inward resulting in a softer pedal feel until the pad touches the rotor again. With the springs in place, the pistons and pads will be pushed back against the rotor after the turn and avoid any slack in the ped...

Drum-in, disc, electronic e-brake, hydraulic parking brake system: which one to choose?

All of our parking brake systems are bolt-on with the OEM systems (including Plug'n'Play electronic E-brake systems). - Drum-in Disc parking brake system is the most common design used for cars with drum style parking brake, located inside the rear disc's hats. Select this option to keep your OEM parking brake working on your car. - Locking Disc type parking brake system is for cars that are equipped with cable operated parking brake mechanisms directly on the rear main callipers, such as Aud...

What is the difference between full-floating and semi-floating rotors?

All of our rotors are 2-pcs with removable alloy hats. Full-floating is mainly for race but can be used for streets. They have "H Style" fasteners and anti-rattle plates so they do not make any noise. They will reduce pad drag and wear, heat, and will also reduce all chances of warping, under an extreme track use, with provided radial and axial float. The rotors will be able to expand and contract freely as opposed to the semi-floating 2-pcs. Full Floating: Standard 2-pcs:

Slotted, drilled, slotted and drilled: which one to choose?

You should choose slotted only rotors for best performance, endurance, and highest temperatures. The drilling reduces the weight of the rotor, and therefore the maximum temperature and endurance the rotor can take is also reduced. If you are after rotors that heat up to operating temperature quicker, you might want drilled rotors in some applications. However, for performance driving, racing, or track, we advise slotted only.