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• Product Name - Brake Pad/ Brake line/ Brake Kit
• Your Car type and model
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Please take note that all brake lines are customised and replaced in our workshop in Singapore.
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Q: Why is it important to get my brakes inspected at the first sign of a symptom?
A: If you are hearing abnormal sounds, smelling foul odors emitting from your tires, feeling pulsations when you brake at high speeds or If any of these apply to your vehicle, make sure you get your brakes inspected before more expensive parts wear down due to metal–on–metal grinding.
The most common problem we find are rotors that are warped and damaged when worn out brake pads and shoes haven’t been replaced – ultimately shortening the life of healthy parts due to that metal–on–metal friction.
These are some of the sounds, smells and sensations that are trying to tell you to get your brakes checked:
Q: Why use slotted rotors?
A: The slots in these rotors assist in the evacuation of brake dust, maintaining a clean friction surface between the pad and rotor. This maximises friction performance and eliminates pad glazing, a common cause for brake noise, poor braking performance and overheating.
Slotted rotors are highly recommended in applications where frequent braking or heavy loads are present as these applications typically produce more dust and debris than standard street vehicles and greatly benefit from the regular dust evacuation performed by the slots.
Q: What is the performance difference between DBA’s Slotted and Cross-drilled & Slotted rotors?
A: Research has shown the overall stopping power provided by the DBA Slotted and DBA Cross Drilled and Slotted rotors is remarkably similar. Because of their lighter weight and increased cooling, the DBA Cross Drilled and Slotted rotors recover more quickly and have the edge in situations where there is hard braking in short bursts.
The major advantage of DBA Slotted rotors is an ability to absorb and dissipate heat more evenly and to sustain higher temperatures for longer. That makes them particularly good for continuous heavy braking situations, such as driving down a mountain or when towing.
Q: Can you tell me the life expectancy of the rotors, brakes, pads, calipers, etc. you install?
A: Driving habits are the biggest factor when it comes to the life expectancy of your brake parts. The first and most important step to proper brake maintenance is having them checked out before problems worsen or develop.
Never ignore a brake problem because they never get better on their own.
Q:Warranty and product returns
A: For products purchased through our shop, you must go back to the shop and for products purchased over the internet, e-mail us with a description of your problem and we will decide if a warranty replacement is appropriate.
We do not make cash refunds, our warranty is to replace with the same or better products to settle your claim. We try to be totally fair and honest with all consumers and respect your rights to have a product fit for purpose.