Mountain Pass Performance - Model 3/Y performance bakre bromskit
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Now the next question we’re likely going to be asked – “but isn’t the single-piston caliper too small?” Well – it’s not the number of pistons that dictate when brakes overheat, it is primarily pad area, thickness, and rotor temperature. The only part of the system that actively removes heat is the rotor. So a wider rotor with the increased width in the air vanes means a huge increase in rotor cooling, which means cooler pads, which means a cooler caliper. Whether there is one piston behind that pad or three, it really makes no difference if the pad is the same size, and the Tesla rear pads are a pretty decent size. They are almost twice the size of the brakes we run on our 800 horsepower hybrid racecar, so that’s saying something.
Now we’ve talked about function, but we have to give the looks of this billet part some attention. The sharp lines and MPP logo really show you that this caliper means business. It was quite tricky to design a shape that looks like a traditional caliper considering that this is a sliding caliper design, but we went with what we always do – designed it for function rather than form, and integrated stiffening ribs that carry the load from the three anchor points to the pad surface area. Across those ribs, we tied in a landing for our MPP logo. We think it looks pretty tough. It also works. After multiple sessions on the track, we weren’t able to overheat our rear brakes with relatively mild sports pads.
This kit is currently available in both a powder-coated red that matches the OEM Performance front calipers, and a hard anodized finish which matches our MPP.R Stoptech STR-60 368×35 Big Brake Kit calipers, and it is the same type of finish the United States Air Force use on many of their anodized components on fighter jets.
This MPP.R rear brake system includes the following:
- (2) Rotor rings and rotor hats assembled and ready to be installed on the car. They are directional so be sure to install them on the correct side!
- (2) Outer clam brackets
For Installation Instructions click HERE