Dodge Brake Disc Rotor Set Parts
If you, like LL Cool J’s character in NCIS LA, only drive muscle cars and love the sound of a V8, you are likely the driver of a Dodge Challenger. Don’t get us wrong, if we are comparing you to LL Cool J then you must be pretty cool. When you look at the specs like horsepower of 485 HP at 6100 RPM, torque of 475 ft.-lbs. at 4200 RPM and an engine of 6.4L, one can understand why this machine is favored by so many, including LL Cool J and yourself. However, Dodge understands that with this much power, you need to ensure that parts that ensure safety like the Dodge Brakes and suspension system are able to handle this beast and the power it unleashes onto the road.
The Dodge Challenger has been fitted with ABS brakes, front and rear ventilated disc brakes, ready alert braking, Emergency brake assist (EBA) and rain brake support to ensure that the driver and passengers are safe when traveling at a high speed in any weather condition. The ABS (Antilock Brakes System) prevents the wheel from locking when you suddenly step on the brake pedal with force by adjusting the brake pressure automatically. This allows that driver to have more steering control under extreme braking or slippery conditions.
The Dodge Brakes that are in your vehicle are ventilated disc brakes that are comprised of the brake pads, the brake rotors and the caliper. The caliper contains a piston and each time force is applied on the caliper, the caliper squeezes the brake pads against the Dodge Rotors, which is located in the hub. Friction present between the pads and the disc due to the force applied causes the disc to slow down.
When a vehicle moves, kinetic energy is present and the Dodge Brake Rotor Set must remove this energy otherwise the car will not stop. Therefore, each time you stop your car, the Dodge Brakes converts the moving or kinetic energy to heat. The ventilated discs through channels vent the heat through vents present in the discs. Brake drying or rain brake support keep all the Dodge Brake Rotor Sets dry in rainy conditions by applying a little more pressure to the caliper.
The advance brake assist is a feature that interprets the speed and force with which the brakes are pushed and therefore determines whether the driver is trying to do an emergency stop. If the driver does make an emergency stop, the brakes, in response to the signal from the Full-Speed Collision Warning with Active Braking system, the Advance Brake Assist will automatically increase brake force. It is of the utmost importance that you make sure that your Dodge Brakes and brake rotors are well maintained. It could mean the difference between life and death. When replacing any brakes, do not compromise on quality products. When you buy your spares from us, you get high quality products at reasonable prices