FEBI BILSTEIN 108481 Brake Disc TOYOTA AURIS COROLLA (Set)
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Brake disc thickness [mm] 22
Rim hole number 5
Number of mounting holes 2
Thickness [mm] 46,3
Outer diameter [mm] 275
Bolt circle-Ø [mm] 114,3
Type of brake disc Internally ventilated
Installation side front axle
Minimum thickness [mm] 20
Centering diameter [mm] 62
for original number 43512-12670
AURIS (_E15_) 1.33 Dual-VVTi (NRE150_) Hatchback 101PS year 2009.05 – 2012.09
AURIS (_E15_) 1.4 (ZZE150_) Hatchback 97PS year 2007.03 – 2012.09
AURIS (_E15_) 1.6 (ZRE151_) Hatchback 124PS year 2007.03 – 2012.09
AURIS (_E15_) 1.6 (ZRE151_) Hatchback 132PS year 2009.05 – 2012.09
AURIS (_E18_) 1.2 (NRE185_) Hatchback 116PS year 2015.03 – 2018.12
AURIS (_E18_) 1.3 (NRE180_) Hatchback 99PS year 2012.10 – 2018.12
AURIS (_E18_) 1.6 (ZRE181_, ZRE185_) Hatchback 132PS year 2012.10 – 2018.12
AURIS station wagon (_E18_) 1.2 (NRE185_) station wagon 116PS year 2015.03 – 2018.12
AURIS station wagon (_E18_) 1.3 (NRE180_) station wagon 99PS bj 2013.07 – 2018.12
COROLLA notchback (_E15_) 1.33 (NRE150) notchback 101PS bj 2008.12 – 2014.07
COROLLA notchback (_E15_) 1.4 VVT-i (ZZE150_) notchback 97PS year 2006.11 – 2013.11
COROLLA notchback (_E15_) 1.6 Dual VVTi (ZRE141, ZRE151) notchback124PS year 2007.01 – 2014.07
COROLLA notchback(_E15_) 1.6 (ZRE151) notchback 132PS year 2006.11 – 2013.11
COROLLA notchback (_E18_, ZRE1_) 1.3 (NRE180_) notchback 99PS year 2013.06 – 2018.12
COROLLA notchback (_E18_, ZRE1_) 1.6 (ZRE181_) notchback 132PS yearj2013.06 – 2018.12
Together with the brake pads, the brake disc ensures that the braking energy is converted into thermal energy through friction. In this way, the vehicle speed can be regulated by the driver.
The brake disc is an important component of the braking system. In order for this to brake the vehicle safely and comfortably at all times, the brake disc and brake pads must generate a braking torque (a braking force).
This braking torque is transmitted to the wheel hub and from there to the rim. During the braking process, the kinetic energy of the vehicle is converted into thermal energy by friction between the brake pads and the brake disc.
There are different brake discs that serve to regulate heat.
Ventilated brake discs
When driving downhill, the friction ring can reach temperatures of up to 700 °C (red heat). Ventilated brake discs are often used to cool the front axle in particular. These have a much larger surface area, which is more suitable for heat exchange.
This allows the heat to be dissipated into the environment more quickly than with solid brake discs. The friction rings of the ventilated brake disc are connected to each other by webs in the form of ribs or domes.
Due to the fact that the brake disc rotates, an air suction develops. This sucks the air from inside the brake disc through the ventilation duct to the outside.
Perforated/grooved brake discs
Perforated or grooved brake discs have an even better cooling effect. They also have the advantage of being less sensitive to wet conditions, but they are more expensive and may produce more noise during braking.
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