18+, NSFW I am Andy , B



18+, NSFW I am Andy , B-Day :01.07.1962 ,living in Frankfurt a. M. Germany and you can keep me busy with Guitars , Pin Ups , Hot rods and other stuff andysprivatepleas…

Hello how are you today?

It has been a few weeks since my latest article, the reason for this has been to be very busy delivering Motorsport parts to some of the leading competition teams and developing lots of new Motorsport products for everyone. Some of all, let's get to what you want to find out. What is a brake case?

The brake case is absolutely scary and scary when it happens, but at some point I can guarantee that you will experience it in your racing career.

After reading this article, you will understand why it has happened and what it is. Normally, there are two types of brake cases, boiling of the brake oil and breaking of the brake linings.

Boiling of the brake fluid

This is the most common brake case, this is because the brake fluid becomes hot from the friction of the brake linings and the discs are transferred to the brake fluid. This heat dissipation finally boils the brake fluid which causes air bubbles, these air bubbles created being compressed when the pedal is depressed. The fixed link from the main cylinder to the jaw has been compromised with air that will compress.

Sometimes, in extreme cases, the brake pedal will go to the floor and not offer hardly any brakes at all! The only way to brake back to a working system is to let the brake fluid cool. This is quite difficult in a race environment when you push the car to the borders. But there are techniques that can help, I will talk about these later in this article.

Overheating of the brake linings

The second reason for the brake case is that the brake linings become very hot again via the heat dissipation from the friction caused by hard braking. In this scenario, the brake pads will become so hot that the composite materials on the pads will be compromised. What happens is the pillows temperature has risen above the point that the pillows are designed to work on. When this happens to boil the gas in their pads, this gas not only evaporates it forming a layer on the pad between the pad and the disc / rotor.

When this occurs, the layer works almost like a lubricant so that the pad cannot create the desired braking needed to slow down the car. You will find in this situation the pedal will be as usual but it does not matter how hard you press the pedal, the car will not brake as usual.

What to do when you have a broomstick?

Both of these scenarios are due to heat in the brake system, the only solution is to cool down the system. As I mentioned earlier, it is very difficult when you are in a racing situation and drive the car to its limits. But with any of these slowed down circumstances, you will not be able to drive the car to its limits.

There are some ways to help cool the brakes without affecting your speed too much.

Braking very late for corners is not a good exercise, as it will cause heat problems and not get you much time. Therefore, you slow down a bit earlier, do not affect clock times much, as long as you brake easily so that your corner speed is as high as normal.

When the brake is easier, the heat is less so your brakes become cooler to reduce the heat problem. The aim is to keep the heat out of the brake system and allow the brakes to cool as much as possible so that the air can flow through the brakes.

If you have any space on the race track where you cannot use the brakes and use the gas to slow down or a combination of getting out of the accelerator pedal and the brakes are easily applied, it helps to cool the system.

I hope you found this interesting, thank you for your time.