Cross Drilled Rotor Blogs

  1. 2020 Shelby GT500 to Get 3D-Printed Brake Components

    The use 3D printing technology is becoming more widespread across a number of industries, and the automotive domain is no exception. The cost of using this technology continues to fall, making its benefits that much more attractive to manufacturers. You can now count Ford among those companies who are using 3D printing. But what you might not know is that...
  2. Global and Europe Brake System Market 2018 : Growth Recommendations by Experts 2023

    Recently published market study Global and Europe Brake System Market Status and Future Forecast 2013-2023 gives in-depth analysis of the Brake System market state and also the competitive landscape globally. The report analyses the mandatory factors of the market based on present trade situation and estimates the growth rate of the market during the anticipated time (2018-2023). Supplying an incisive overview, the...
  3. Global EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Brake System Market 2018 Regional Analysis, Industry Growth, Size, Share, Forecast 2025

    The newly made known EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Brake System Market report provides production process is analysed with respect to various aspects like, manufacturing, capacity, production, R&D status, raw material source and technology source. EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Brake System market report starts with the basic industry overview and then goes into each and every detail. The...
  4. Installing a Wilwood disc brake system on a 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle

    Brake technology has come a long way in the last 20 years, and the aftermarket is really catching up to the level of performance offered in modern vehicles. Today’s high-performance braking systems are quite different from kits just a few years old, and Wilwood is one of the pioneers in modern performance braking systems. Just when you think brakes couldn’t...
  5. 2019 Audi e-tron SUV Is Fun, Fabulous, And Electric

    I’ve studied consumer acceptance of electric vehicles for the better part of eight years now, including over two years spent living and working at a think tank in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. When Audi said they were hosting the global launch of the e-tron all-electric Quattro all-wheel-drive SUV in Abu Dhabi, UAE, I was eager to attend. 2019 Audi e-tron ready...
  6. Finally, A Car Manufacturer Gets It Right On How To Correctly Pass Cyclists

    Spanish automaker SEAT has released promotional materials for its new SUV that promotes the correct distance a motorist should leave when overtaking a cyclist. On 10th December, SEAT sent out a press release for the 2019 version of its Tarraco SUV and this included photos and videos of engineer Esteban Alcantara overtaking two cyclists by moving wholly into the opposite carriageway. “In order to overtake cyclists correctly: reduce the...
  7. VILNER BMW E30 M3 EVO IS THE PERFECT STOCKING STUFFER

    The idea was to elevate the E30 to Singer territory All we want for Christmas is this beautifully—and tastefully—customized 1990 BMW M3 Evo built by Bulgarian tuning shop Vilner Garage. It may be almost three decades old, but if you've ever driven an E30 Bimmer, you'll know why this one inspires such desire. And it's always a relief when the result of a...
  8. MCLAREN HONORS ITS RACING HERITAGE WITH SIX SPECIAL EDITION BEAUTIES

    Created by MSO, the line offers three new takes on the 570S McLaren's in-house customization center, McLaren Special Operations (MSO), seems to roll out bespoke versions of the British automaker's cars at a bimonthly pace—or at least that's how often it issues press releases about them. But this latest batch commissioned by McLaren Beverly Hills is actually deserving of an announcement. Numbering six cars...
  9. NISSAN 370Z PROJECT CLUBSPORT 23 PACKS A TWIN-TURBO V-6 FOR SEMA

    Borrowing the engine from the Infiniti Q50 Red Sport 400 Poor Nissan 370Z. After being introduced for the 2009 model year and updated for 2013, it's been years since Nissan's given it much attention. But while there's no new model or major update on the way, Nissan did bring a highly modified 370Z out to SEMA this year. So at least the little sports car...
  10. 2019 TOYOTA 86 TRD SPECIAL EDITION GETS BETTER BRAKES, STICKIER TIRES

    Model limited to 1,418 units and priced starting at $33,340 Despite near-universal cries for more power, the Toyota 86 has always been about balance and handling. That philosophy continues with the introduction of the 2019 Toyota 86 TRD Special Edition, which receives goodies to improve handling and braking but no significant power bump. We had heard last year that Toyota would bring upgrades from its Gazoo Racing sub-brand to...