Brake systems show significant
benefit when coating technology is applied.
Braking efficiency can be increased through
reducing the transfer of heat from the rotor/pad
interface. Caliper and brake fluid temperatures
can be significantly reduced with an attendant
increase in brake performance. Rotor and wheel
bearing temperatures can also be reduced, as well
as the attendant thermal transfer to the
wheel/tire assembly. Lubricants on piston and bore
can reduce seal wear and leakage.
Bulk, & Shop Only Brake
Caliper: CBC2, CBX, Black
Satin or TLHB and TLTD ( Note: the retail
packaged products insulate only, the shop
products insulate and radiate heat away from the
Disk Brake Pads: CBC2, CBX, Black Satin or
Hub: CBC2, CBX, Black Satin or TLHB
Piston/Bore: DFL-1 and PKSX or TLML and PKSX
SHOP ONLY COATINGS
TLHB, CBC2, or CBX should be applied to the
back of the disk brake pad, the inside curve of
the caliper facing the rotor and to the hub.
TLTD should be applied to non contact
surfaces of the rotor and to the outside
surfaces of the caliper.
Coat the hub with TLHB, CBC2, or CBX
including the I.D. of the hub to further reduce
heat transfer to the bearing.
Coat the piston sides and bore with either
TLML or PKSX. Coat the face of the piston that
contacts the back of the pad with TLHB