BMW Brake Disc Rotor Set Parts
When driving a BMW, one thing comes to mind: perfection. No matter from what angle you look at a BMW, you are going to be pleased whether it is when you are looking under the hood, when you admire the design and when you look at the safety and comfort features. Who does not want to drive or be driven in a car that has emergency interior trunk release, run flat tires, a cooled storage compartment, memorized settings that includes the audio system and memorized settings for up to 2 drivers?
BMW also focuses on safe driving and this is why the 3 BMW Series are equipped with 4-wheel ABS, emergency braking assist, emergency braking preparation, brake drying, electronic brake force distribution (EBD), traction control, stability control and front and rear ventilated disc brakes. The BMW Brakes used are disc brakes with ventilation grooves. When a car moves, kinetic energy is created, but for a car to stop, the brakes must remove this energy. The brakes convert the moving energy to heat and the ventilating grooves pump air through the disc in order to cool the brakes and BMW Brake Rotor Sets.
The disc brakes are comprised of the BMW Rotors, which you will find on the hub, the caliper and the brake pads. The caliper contains a piston and each time the brake pedal is forced down, the caliper forces the brake pads against the brake rotors. The brake pads grips on to both sides of the rotor and the friction that are generated between the disc and the pads, slow down the disc.
Antilock Brake System (ABS) senses sudden force on the brake pedal and prevent the wheels from locking, giving the driver a better chance of having control of the steering wheel. Many times, EBD (electronic brake force distribution) is equipped with ABS brakes that work together in conjunction. EBD is a subsystem of ABS and optimizes brake force on each individual wheel in order to get maximum braking power with the loss of control. What also assists with better braking is brake drying. A small amount of pressure is applied to the caliper for improved stopping power.
If you need to replace a front rotor, replacement of BMW Brake Rotor Sets are advisable. If one of the parts, whether it is the BMW Brakes or the BMW Rotors in the front left shows signs of wear and tear, the other right side will also start to show signs of wear and tear shortly. The best way to get BMW parts is to order them from us online. We stock thousands of automotive parts and we add parts weekly to a catalogue. If you are searching for a specific part, our online in stock inventory list is one of the largest in the world and we always keep your best interest in mind.