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Group N rear brake discs for AUDI A3 / VOLKSWAGEN Golf V 260x12
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REDSPEC Group N rear brake discs for AUDI A3 / VOLKSWAGEN Golf V 260x12

REDSPEC Group N discs undergo special heat treatment and specific machining, to provide powerful, durable braking.
Combined with competition brake pads, they will allow for later braking while maintaining the rise in temperature.
You will thus gain valuable seconds when racing or during track days!

Can be fitted as a direct replacement for your standard discs (identical dimensions).
Please check the compatibility of these discs with your vehicle.
These discs comply with standards ISO 9001, ISO/TS 16949 and TUV.
Sold as a pair.

Specifications:
Rear Disc
Type : ventilated
DIameter : 260 mm
Thickness : 12 mm
bore : 65 mm
Number of holes : 5

Made for :
AUDI A3 / Sportback / Quattro / Cabriolet
SKODA Octavia
VOLKSWAGEN Golf 5 / Plus
VOLKSWAGEN Golf 6 / Cabriolet
VOLKSWAGEN Scirocco
VOLKSWAGEN Touran
VOLKSWAGEN Jetta 3
VOLKSWAGEN Caddy 3

For optimal performance, please comply with the running-in phase described below:
1. Block off 75% of the cooler intake 2. Use brake pads that have been run in (hard)
3. Warm the discs up gradually over the first 15 kilometres.
4. Drive normally, without braking sharply.
5. Brake sharply 5 or 6 times to finish off.
6. If heat protective paint is used (ref.CP26491), only the green paint (430°C) should have turned white, with the orange hardly touched (560°C).

To ensure optimal performance and durability, disc temperature must be correct and balanced.
Generally speaking, a vehicle's discs should all work at identical temperatures.
The maximum temperature of the disc must be compliant with the quality of the brake pads used.
The disc sides must not exceed the recommended maximum temperatures for each type of brake pad.


Ref.: 1DV001020

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Universe Competition, Track days
Reference 1DV001020
Brand REDSPEC
Vehicle categories 1383, 1384, 1397, 1465