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FORD FOCUS Front brake pad wear - is Ford braking for us

Every article talks about how great the ST turns in and can rotate the car like no other. And I agree -) But none really mention how this is being accomplished. So a couple questions. I know the ST has no LSD and uses the brakes technique to accommodate for this. But are they also using this to counteract under steer and getting the car to rotate Is the system applying a braking force to the front

initial bite It will adjust the braking pulse width. I do not know of the ESC system varies braking force (amplitude) only know for sure that it adjusts pulse width (frequency the caliper is modulated between onoff). Its using the ABS system to effect yaw rate. Pulse width is typically a frequency modulation and not an amplitude modulation. To know for sure youd need to either talk to a ford

FORD FOCUS III 2013 2wd Escape Titanium brakes pads on ST

I did a search and couldnt find any info on this. As I was washing our vehicles over the weekend I noticed that the front brakes on my wifes Escape looked very similar to the ones on my ST. Checked the ford parts catalog and sure enough the front calipers and brackets have the same part numbers. Im not sure what compound the Escape pads are but after a week I had more brake dust on my wheels than hers

The front pads 10440 are the same pads on a 1.6 and 2.5L FWD as the focus. And the same caliper as the non ST and rear drum focus. And guess what it appears the escape has a 320mm 12.6 disc on it. Wonder what other car that shares with So...if you are wondering...yes Id bet there is some cross fit here. Seems ST brakes are standard on an Escape.

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FORD FOCUS kit for installing front rotors and calipers on back

Is there any way you could mount the front rotors and calipers on the rear axle. I am thinking of upgrading the front brakes and rather than buying a rear brake upgrade I thought the front brakes are bigger then the rears. How a bought putting them on the rear. They are free. Just a thought.

Originally Posted by JCH841 The white paper discusses weight redistribution under braking and shows why front discrear drum systems continue to be popular for entry level cars. The whole point of the article is that you cant just put bigger calipers here add more braking torque there put X kit up front and the front setup in the rear then expect the car to stop better - you have to take the entire system (chassis piston diameters pad friction weight on the axles etc.) into account.

It would be conceivable to put the front rotors on the back of the car perhaps...assuming you did not want a parking brake and the rotor offset will work. (Id have to check) But youd be left with both the need for a larger front kit (check) and a caliper with the appropriate piston area for the rear- pairing with the fronts. (thats the bias angle) Part of the problem is free may not be so free when

We already know what the price will approximately be on these systems. It will depend on which specification we go with and the actual cost once the parts are designed and produced. Using our FT86 systems as an example we have two options for the FT86 platform (Sprint and Endurance). You can see the differences between the two systems in this blog post . I see a similar situation for the focus

Originally Posted by Z28Ken As for rear-wheel setups any potential advantage in migrating the OE front wheel set-up to the rear We do not advise moving the OEM front setup to the rear. A properly designed front brake system is designed specifically to work with the OEM rear setup. In other words our front setup will mimic the brake torque output of the OEM front brakes which are designed to be balanced

Hi Guys Weve had the car since Monday AM and pulled it apart and weighedmeasured everything. We also did all of the mathcalculations for brake biastorque output etc. Everything is looking great for the implementation of one of our Competition systems on the focus ST. Our system with a 325x32mm disc is going to be a fantastic upgrade on this platform. Each OEM front brake corner (calipers brackets discs

FORD FOCUS I I reallly need a brake upgrade

First let me rule out the Brembo kit its just way too expensive. So what are my other options Personally a well designed brake duct kit should help. The ST already comes with with perfectly good DOT4 fluid. And I dont want to go with super aggressive pads on stock components since they they tend to cause noise issues in daily driving and eat rotors for a living. I dont want to hassle with changing

Originally Posted by RR13ST3 Its not the brakes in itself its the street oriented pads. Buy two sets of stock pads send one to carbotech one to porterfield and tell them what compound you want. Theyll grind off stock compound and set in new compound. Do the same for Hawk if you really want to experiment. Track pads will absolutely tear up rotors no and or ifs about it. The dust coming off will be so

FORD FOCUS Aftermarket Cat-back Exhaust System Weights

Heres the info and the source I used OEM Parts weight Exhaust 44.0 lbs (from Buschur) Catted downpipe 13.8 lbs (from Buschur) Radiator shutters 3.5 lbs. (from Cobb) Wheel 25.0 lbs front brake corner (calipers brackets discs pads) weighs roughly 37 lbs. (Essex post) Motocraft battery BXT-96R-500 wt. of that seems to be 32 lbs. Hood 27.3lbs (pmaltinsky) These OEM parts were weighed by omniphil Spare

FORD FIESTA Track Pads and Stainless Steel Lines

I just picked up a 2014 Fiesta ST and it will be my daily but also see some trackHPDE time. So Id like to buy a set of track pads and SS lines. Does anyone know if there are offerings for the 2014 Fiesta ST yet

not then front BBK will have to be sourced. pads If none can be found Carbotech will make you some I needed some custom ones once for a fast TT car I had a caliper issue with and had to put on the stock front brakes. I had the pads in 3 days ran several TT sessions and had no brake issues at all but I did have serious ducts to them. I had some Porsche brake cooling diverters installed on my SVT focus

FORD FOCUS Left foot braking whos into it

Team Oneil on Left-foot Braking Basics - Team Oneil Rally School Teaches Fundamental Braking Techniques - Road & Track Shifting withouth the clutch This is all new to me Is this a fiesta hes driving.

Originally Posted by cheapthrills Team Oneil on Left-foot Braking Basics - Team Oneil Rally School Teaches Fundamental Braking Techniques - Road & Track Shifting withouth the clutch This is all new to me Is this a fiesta hes driving. Those 2-door Fiestas are from a ford road racing program Tim picked up at the end of the program they are not road legal here in the US but are fine for the rally school.

JEEP CHEROKEE Recommended roterpad combo for my rig

I have a 1999 Jeep Cherokee with 5 of lift and 33x12.5 BFG AT tires. The rear has the Teraflex disc brake conversion kit in it. Im not looking to upgrade anything aside from swapping out rotors pads and the e-brake shoes. After having kids my Jeep has become mostly a street vehicle. If the youngsters distract me while driving I want to be able to stop as quickly as possible without hitting the vehicle

FORD FIESTA An honest review of my first week with my Fiesta ST

I have had my car for a week now and have some exposure to it so this will be a good first impression thread. I am generally unbiased by my purchases I am not one of those guys who everything I have is the best ever. In the last 11 years I have owned a new 2003 wrx(decent) new 2011 sti(scam) used 2008 saab 97x aero(ok for a truck) a used 2003 Z06(solid so far) and now the new 2014 Fiesta ST. I live

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