Kia Rear Brake Discs are a part of the complete braking system and contributes to vehicle braking by transferring kinetic energy into heat via friction between the disc and brake pad material. The parts are attached to the axle and function by becoming clamped during braking by Kia’s genuine brake pads in the brake calliper to reduce wheel rotation. The rear brake discs often wear due to brake force bias and distribution during deceleration. Kia brake discs are very complex parts which obviously play a vital role in the safety of your vehicle. Kia’s brake system is manufactured to withstand high temperatures and extreme weather conditions. This is how Kia’s genuine brake discs contribute to accident-free driving. Kia brake pads are developed together with Kia brake discs. This combination ensures that Kia genuine brake components will deliver superior braking performance with minimal occurrences of comfort issues such as brake noise, vibration and distortion.
Kia’s brake discs are designed with high requirements in areas such as run-out, thickness variation and balance in order to minimize disturbances such as brake vibration and brake noise. In addition, brake discs turn at the same speed as the wheels and an unbalanced brake disc can vibrate significantly, accelerating wear and reducing comfort and braking performance. Kia’s brake disc size is determined by the vehicle performance and weight.