Date: Sat, 03 Jun 2006 15:28:23 GMT
From: Johannes <johs-stop-spam-nospam-spam-sizefitter.com>
Subject: Re: Brake Pad Recommendation For 1996 9000 CS


Dave Hinz wrote: > [...] > > THe crossdrillings give the air somewhere to compress to instead of > making your pads float on the rotors, and when those heated columns of > air are released (you can hear it), they carry away heat for you. I think the holes are for cooling the pads rather than cooling the rotors. It gives the pads a pause to vent the heat. But the brake heat depends a lot on driving style. An impatient driver will have to brake many more times than a relaxed driver. I did once experience brake fading on my (then) Fiat Croma, the brakes weren't really up to urgent driving.

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