The example bracket is feeding cool air to the tight space between the brake caliper and the strut tower/knuckle. The idea is that you want to feed cool air evenly into the center of the rotor to allow the momentum of the rotor veins to draw the cool air between the two pieces.Never seen anything like that. Doesn't look like it'd do much since it's not capturing any air and directing the air towards the rotor/caliper.
Does anyone make a cooling bracket for the SVTs?
So far the feedback I've gotten from this thread make it clear I will have to make my own air cooling bracket. I'll see what I can do to have one made.#1 are you really heating up your rotors enough to need a cooling mod?
#2 this design wouldn't work for if the wheels were straight then the little scoop would not have any air being forced down its tube as the tube would be pointing the opposite direction of wind travel.
#3 looks like ass
If you want better brake performance.
#1 get bigger calipers + slotted Rotors
#2 get a floating setup....big money
#3 you can pop out the caliper pistons sand and with fine grit sand paper sand and polish them to reduce brake drag.