Group N Front Brake Discs for Golf I or II 239x20 mm
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REDSPEC Group N Front Brake Discs for Volkswagen Golf I or II 239x20 mm

Redspec's Group N Brake Discs undergo a specific heat treatment and machining process for powerful, long-lasting braking. Used with racing brake pads, they allow drivers to brake later and help prevent temperature spikes - helping you shave time off your race results!
These discs should be mounted in place of your original brake discs (identical dimensions).
Please check carefully that the discs are compatible with your vehicle.
ISO 9001, ISO/TS 16949 and TUV approved.
Sold by pair.

Ventilated front discs
Diameter 239 mm
Thickness 20 mm
Bore 65 mm
Number of holes: 4
Weight per disc: 3.79 kg

Brake discs for:
Audi 80 1.6 / 1.8 / 2.0
Audi Coupé 1.8 / 2.2
Seat Cordoba
Seat Cordoba II
Seat Cordoba Vario II
Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet
Volkswagen Golf I 1.6 GTi / 1.8 GTi from 1975 to 1983
Volkswagen Golf II 1.8 GTi (112CV) from 1984 to 1992
Volkswagen Golf II 1.8 GTi 16V (139CV) from 1986

It is important to properly bed in your discs before use. Please respect the following steps:
1. Block air intake ducts approximately 3/4.
2. Use with previously bedded brake pads.
3. Use brakes lightly and intermittently for the first 15 kilometers.
4. After 15 km, you may brake normally but without any violent movements.
5. Finish by applying more pressure to the brakes: 5-6 firm, violent brakes.
6. If using heat-sensitive paint (product code CP26491), the green paint (430°C) should be white and the orange paint (560°C) should be slightly affected.

To maximise performance and longevity, your discs must be correctly balanced; in general all four discs should function at the same temperature. Discs should never exceed the working temperature range for your brake pads.

Ref.: 1DV0020Y

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Oreca Reference 1DV0020Y
Manufacturer's reference 142 715
Vehicle categories 1357, 1360, 1361, 1455