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Old 02-13-2018, 05:43 AM   #1
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Default Carbon Ceramic Brake for Lexus LC500

LC 500 Brake Issues
https://www.clublexus.com/forums/lc-...issues-10.html

https://www.clublexus.com/forums/lc-...l#post10119237
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Old 02-13-2018, 05:46 AM   #2
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Brake Specs:
https://www.lexus.com/models/LC/specifications

BRAKES

Six-piston monoblock aluminum calipers with 15.7-in (400mm) two-piece ventilated discs (front).



Four-piston monoblock aluminum calipers with 14.1-in (360mm) two-piece ventilated discs (rear).

WHEELS AND TIRES, STANDARD
20-in split-10-spoke cast alloy wheels with front 245/45R20 and rear 275/40R20 run-flat summer tires

Standard brakes (Hybrid):

http://dsportmag.com/the-cars/all-ne...first-drive/2/
Brake Calipers (F&R): Lexus/Brembo
6-piston & 4-piston Calipers
13.3-inch (338) Vented, 12.1-inch (307) Vented

http://blog.engineperformancechip.co...o-its-concept/

The mono-block aluminum six-pot front calipers wrap around brake rotors measuring 13 inches, while the rear gets four-pot calipers that bite on 12-inch rotors. Buyers will get a choice of 20-inch cast aluminum wheels or forged wheels measuring 20 or 21 inches.
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These OE two piece front rotors appear don't have a standard two piece functionality feature for heat expansion and contraction. So are they just for the look?

Anybody knows?
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