- Fully floating 2-piece rotor that allows outer ring to expand freely in response to heat. This reduces stress which in turn extends rotor life and reduces the tendency for rotor cracking during extreme use.
- Drive bobbins machined from a single piece of stainless steel giving maximum strength and corrosion resistance. Stainless bobbins reduce the requirement for regular disc maintenance and ensures the outer ring continues to float freely even when used on the public road with corrosive salts and other road grime.
- Each bobbin assembly features an anti-rattle spring clip ensuring silent operation when driving on the public highway
- Rotor rings feature 48 directional internal curved vanes for improved rotor coolin
- Friction rings are cast from high carbon G3500 alloy giving excellent wear properties and improved thermal capacity. All EBC disc rings are cast using the ‘centre split’ casting method, ensuring a balanced casting that will not distort under high heat, an issue common with cheaper ‘moulded out’ castings.
- Unique Swept Groove slot design for effective evacuation of braking dust and gasses whilst ensuring good initial ‘bite’ on brake apply
- Replacement disc rings for EBC floating rotors are significantly less expensive than our major competitors.
Brake vibration can throw you off track
If any car or bike driver notices brake vibration, it is very important for them to determine where the vibration is situated. Obviously, it may be coming from the front of the vehicle or it could be hailing from the rear of the vehicle. It may seem as though it wouldn’t matter where it comes from because any vibration should be viewed as serious, but there may be different solutions to the problem depending on where the brake vibration is originating from.
If the vibration appears to be coming from the front of the car, there is a very good chance that it may be noticeable as a flutter of the steering wheel. This is likely to be very off putting to the driver but it may have more serious consequences than just being uncomfortable or unpleasant. It has been noticed that a driver who is experiencing a front brake vibration may be inclined to take their foot away from the brake in the hope that this would be enough to stop the vibration from occurring. Anything which interferes with the way a driver usually commands their vehicle is not welcome and could lead to problems or difficulties. This means that this is a very serious condition and if it is noticed, should be focused on and fixed as quickly as possible.
If however, the vibration feels as though it is originating from the rear of the vehicle, through the pedals of the brake or even the bodywork or seats if the vehicle, then the problem is likely to be coming from the rotors at the rear of the vehicle. It can be seen that knowing which rotors to examine first is of use as it is not of benefit to start messing about with brakes and rotors if it is not required. If one pair are clearly struggling to work at full power, then focusing on them may be enough to rectify any problems and leaving the good brakes in working order. brake vibration may not seem to be the most serious condition or ailment that can affect a car, but with the brakes being one of the most important components of a vehicle, it is obvious that any problem needs to be rectified fast.
Although the brake vibration may have occurred because of an incident or jarring, a common reason for this vibration is the car having covered a lot of mileage, and this should be noted by the owner. If long distances are being covered, it is important to continually check and service many of the key components of the vehicle to ensure that everything remains in good working order. It is easy to believe that everything is ticking along smoothly because there does not appear to be any issues or problems, but the only time you may find out if there is a problem is when it is too late. In this case, it is always better to stay ahead of the situation and ensure that your car or bike parts are checked on a regular basis.