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Disc dia. (mm)

US$/ea
US$/pair
401 +
800
1,520
381 - 400
750
1,425
361 - 380

700
1,330
360 -
650
1,235


Forum discussions:

Anyone tried S
ICOM (or similar) CCM refurbishment

https://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/threads/my-terri...
Carbon Ceramics - Who's refurbished them?


Pricing reference from other service providers:
https://www.rebrake.de/preise/?lang=en

CCM rotor refurbishment is a combination of both chemical and mechanical processes.

  1. This processes involves removing the damaged (typically oxidized) surface and rebuild with a protective new surface layer.
  2. There is a limit to the number of times any disc can be refurbished, which is dictated by the minimum thickness at the end of the process. The worse/deeper the damage to the disc, and hence the deeper the repair, then this will adversely affect the number of times the discs may be refurbished.
  3. A refurbished disc will have better ‘life expectancy’ and performance than the original disc.
  4. All discs are checked on receipt to confirm if they are suitable for refurbishment.
  5. Disc quality is assured before they are returned to customer.
  6. Rotor hats are checked for conformance and replaced if necessary before assembly (extra cost).
  7. Rotor assemblies are then rebuilt with all new hardware (fasteners).
Disc refurbishment will be performed at our disc factory. Inspection, dis-assembly and final assembly (with new hardware) are handled in our facility in Fullerton, CA.

Please visit our forum for more information and discussion.
http://forums.racingbrake.com/forum/category/new-d...