High performance, track-capable vehicles are often found paired with carbon ceramic rotors. While the rotors tend to be more expensive, they offer many advantages over traditional cast iron rotors.
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I teamed up with Brembo to learn all about carbon ceramic brake rotors, and how their performance differs from cast iron. Watch the video from Engineering Explained for more info:
We’ll discuss brake fade, weight, rotational inertia, grip, ride quality, dimensional stability, wear rates, brake dust, corrosion (rust), and appearance.
There are many differences between the two styles of brake rotors; we’ll also discuss three factors that lead to a significant difference in price. Big thanks to Brembo for sharing detailed information./Engineering Explained