Originally Posted by Greyhare
Merlin, do you know how hot your brakes are getting? What compound pads are you using? If your brakes are getting too hot any air flow will help, the closer you can get it to the hub side center of the rotor the better. Do you have splash shields behind the rotors? If you do you can try removing them or modify them so you can connect a duct hose to them.
I know that typically by the 2nd lap the ABS light is on. (I guess our cars shut off the ABS/TC when the brake fluid gets too hot), so they easily pass that temp.
When you say "the closer you can get it to the hub side center of the rotor the better
" do you mean basically the close I can get to the inside of the rotor? (I may need a diagram...hehe)
Has anyone ever used any ATE products?
They have a brake fluid they call "SL6".
.. and their rotors have an odd design to them.
The only reason I ask is because the rotors are on sale @ CT this week.