A1-183 Girodisc 2pc Front Brake Rotors
Girodisc A1-183 Girodisc 2pc Front Brake Rotors $1,900.00
FERRARI 458 CHALLENGE This Girodisc system is a direct replacement for the OEM front CCM rotors on the 458 Challenge, although a different brake pad with an annulus (pad swept area) of 66 mm or less must be used. We suggest the Pagid 8081, the most popular pad used with Girodisc rotors on the 458 Challenge. The lower-annulus design of the Girodisc rotors keeps weight low without sacrificing braking performance. The central hat section of the Girodisc rotor is made from strictly U.S. sourced 6061-T6 aircraft specification aluminum. The disc is made from their own proprietary cast iron, poured in the USA and machined from start to finish in house at Girodisc. The rotor utilizes a curved vane design, developed in racing to act as a centrifugal pump to force cooling air through the disc. The rotor and hat have a floating mount system, which utilizes 12 high strength alloy steel drive pins, manufactured by Girodisc in the USA to their own specifications and cadmium plated for a long lasting corrosion resistance. These pins take the load from braking action while maintaining the axial and radial float between the hat and disc. The pins are secured by class 12.9 cap screws with hardened washers. In order to keep the rotors from making noise when cold, the pins are mounted with anti-noise spring washers on the rotor side which allow the rotor to grow with heat expansion but eliminate the rattle and noise associated with floating rotors. This float also allows the rotor to self center between the pads. Once the Girodisc system is in place, simply replace the cast iron rotor when needed. Sold/priced in pairs.
Pagid Racing Brake Pads No. 8091
Pagid Pagid Racing Brake Pads No. 8091 from $684.41
Fits These Vehicles Make Model Build (Year) Front Rear Chevrolet Camaro Z28 [ceramic brakes] 15 - X   Chevrolet Corvette Brembo 6 piston non ceramic 09 - X   Chevrolet Corvette Brembo [ceramic brakes] 09 - X   Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06 [ceramic brakes] 15 - X   Ferrari 430 Challenge [ceramic brakes]   X   Ferrari 430 Scuderia [ceramic brakes] 07 - 10 X   Ferrari 458 Italia [ceramic brakes] 10 - 15 X   Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano 06 - 12 X   Ferrari Several ceramic brakes CCM   X   McLaren 570 S [ceramic brakes] 15 - X   McLaren 650 S [ceramic brakes] 14 - X   McLaren 675 LT [ceramic brakes] 15 - X   McLaren MP4-12C [ceramic brakes] 11 - 14 X   RSL 19: The PAGID RSL19 (Yellow) is the world-leading endurance brake pad used by most of the winning teams in motorsport. Although designed primarily for endurance racing, many competitors use this material successfully for sprint and short distance races also. RSL19 has also found favor in the growing track day market due to the level of control, good cold performance, long life and low disc wear. RSC 1: The Pagid RSC1 is a good street/track compromise for enthusiasts with Carbon-Ceramic Brakes. Used for sprint racing and track days compound with all known types of ceramic brake discs. An ideal combination of cold friction, fade resistance and low thermal oxidation of the disc surface. RSC 2: The Pagid RSC2 is a special race compound for ceramic discs with a high content of fibers in the friction surface. A medium-high friction pad with excellent fade resistance and long pad life, developed for sprint and endurance circuit racing. RSC 3: The Pagid RSC3 is a high-friction compound developed for ceramic discs. With a high initial bite, strong fade resistance, and slightly shorter pad life than the RSC2, this is Pagid's more aggressive ceramic-rotor racing pad.
Pagid Racing Brake Pads No. 4906
Pagid Pagid Racing Brake Pads No. 4906 from $497.86
Fits These Vehicles: Make Model Build (Year) Front Rear Chevrolet Camaro Z28 [ceramic brakes] 15 -   X Chevrolet Corvette Brembo [ceramic brakes] 09 -   X Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06 [ceramic brakes] 15 -   X Dodge Viper ACR [ceramic brakes] 16 -   X Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale [ceramic brakes] 03 - 05   X Ferrari 430 Challenge [ceramic brakes]     X Ferrari 430 Scuderia [ceramic brakes] 07 - 10   X Ferrari 458 Italia [ceramic brakes] 10 - 15   X Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano 06 - 12   X Ferrari Enzo [ceramic brakes] 02 - 04   X Ferrari F430 [ceramic brakes] 05 - 10   X Ferrari Several ceramic brakes CCM     X Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 [ceramic brakes] 11 -   X Lamborghini Several ceramic brakes     X RSC 1: RSC1 is a good street/track compromise for enthusiasts with carbon-ceramic brakes. Used for sprint racing and track days compound with all known types of ceramic brake discs. An ideal combination of cold friction, fade resistance and low thermal oxidation of the disc surface. RSC 2: The Pagid RSC2 is a special race compound for ceramic discs with a high content of fibers in the friction surface. A medium-high friction pad with excellent fade resistance and long pad life, developed for sprint and endurance circuit racing. RSC 3: The Pagid RSC3 is a high-friction compound developed for ceramic discs. With a high initial bite, strong fade resistance, and slightly shorter pad life than the RSC2, this is Pagid's more aggressive ceramic-rotor racing pad.
Girodisc Pad Spreader GDPS01
Girodisc Girodisc Pad Spreader GDPS01 $250.00
Girodisc Brake Pad Spreader This indispensable tool is used by race teams, shops, and enthusiasts alike who have high performance four- and six-piston calipers. The spreader is designed to spread brake pads and pistons in four- and six-piston calipers to facilitate quick replacement of pads and/or rotors in a shop or racing environment.No more screwdrivers, pliers, hammers, or C-clamps! This tool will retract the pistons evenly and all the way back into their bores with one squeeze of the levers. The Girodisc spreader was designed around popular four-piston and six-piston calipers from Brembo, AP Racing, Alcon, and other performance calipers in racing and road use. To help fit in any caliper, the amount of throw is adjustable.Insert the spreading plates one way for wider six-piston calipers, then turn the spreader 90o and use the plate sides for four-piston calipers.The Girodisc Pad Spreader is made from heavy-gauge steel and is powder-coated for durability. The slider is cadmium-plated, and nylon pivot bushings ensure smooth action. The Girodisc Pad Spreader will quickly become an invaluable tool for any race team, shop, or enthusiast who changes pads and rotors with any frequency.
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CMS RF1 DOT4 Racing Brake Fluid (500 ml)
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Competition Motorsport CMS RF1 DOT4 Racing Brake Fluid (500 ml) from $21.95 $131.70
Buy 6+, Save $1 per bottle Buy 12+, Save $2 per bottle REDESIGNED BOTTLE, SAME TOP-OF-THE-LINE BRAKE FLUID Competition Motorsport RF1 fully synthetic Racing Brake Fluid is formulated to provide the highest, most reliable performance under racing and track-day conditions, where braking systems operate at very high sustained temperatures. RF1 exceeds all DOT 3 & 4 requirements and is compatible with all DOT 3, 4, and 5.1 fluids. (Not compatible with DOT5 or mineral-based brake fluids.) There is perhaps no single safety system more important in racing than brakes. And no single part of that system is more critical than brake fluid. At Competition Motorsport, we got tired of (and a little nervous) using "racing" brake fluid on the track that didn't live up to its claimed performance when things got heated. So we did something about it. Manufactured in partnership with the brake fluid supplier to many teams in Formula 1, WEC, and many other professional series, RF1 Racing Brake Fluid is formulated to maintain consistent viscosity, lubricity, and compressibility at extreme temperatures and line pressures found in racing, track days, and spirited driving.   Bottom line: you can spend more money, but you can't buy higher-performing racing brake fluid!   SPECIFICATIONS:   Typical dry boiling point: 622° F (328° C) Typical wet boiling point: 399° F (204° C) Exceeds DOT3 & DOT4 standards Individual 500 ml (16.7 oz.) bottles   Click Here for Product MSDS Sheet All brake fluid degrades over time (not mileage), attracting water as it ages, which, at high brake temperatures, can lead to fluid boil and brake fade or failure. That's why the "wet" (aged) boiling point of any brake fluid is substantially lower than the "dry" (new) boiling point. To maintain maximum braking performance, Competition Motorsport strongly suggests replacing your brake fluid before every track event, but at least every three months if you're consistently racing and/or driving at track days. It's cheap insurance against learning about brake fade the hard way!