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Titanium Caliper Piston Stoptech , Brembo , Ap Racing on

US $75.00

Moscow, RU, Russian Federation

Moscow, RU, Russian Federation

Yperion Titanium brake caliper piston  :

Titanium brake piston is  the best meted to reduce heat transfer from brake pad to caliper body and hydraulic system.It is a quick solution of brake boiling problem .Titanium offers low thermal conductivity,- it is the best thermal barrier for any brake system.

Advert is for one piston made from ti6al4v titanium . Tolerance : +0.000/-0.005

Fits brembo/stoptech caliper(34&38mm). 
Please send your request if special size required.

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