Brake System Bobbins


The series of 316 stainless steel bobbins are used in a new braking system for race cars and high-performance vehicles.

The two-level part is available in 14 variations with eight or more bobbins used in a single brake rotor assembly.

The bobbins aid in tripling the brake-rotor fatigue life, reducing drag at elevated temperatures, as well as reducing vibration and temperature.

The parts are made to a density of 7.0 g/cm3 and have a tensile strength of 70,000 psi, yield strength of 45,000 psi, a 13 percent elongation, 48-foot pound impact strength, and HRB 65 hardness.