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Porsche Brakes

Porsche Brakes

All You Need to Know About Porsche Brake Repair, Maintenance, and Systems

HBi Auto specializes in Porsche vehicles and is an authority on their unmatched engineering, offering comprehensive service and repair solutions for all Porsche brake systems. Authentic Porsche brakes are meticulously calibrated to the engine power and chassis of each respective model, providing unrivaled safety and peak performance. Each component undergoes rigorous testing in extreme conditions, guaranteeing the durability and low wear you'd expect throughout the lifespan of your Porsche. The moment you press down on the brake pedal of a Porsche, the brand's unique agility becomes palpable. This level of responsive braking is as much a part of the car's performance as its acceleration, a culmination of more than 70 years in motorsports and ongoing development.

Dive deeper to explore what sets Porsche brakes apart, including specialty options like Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes and Porsche Surface Coated Brakes. Discover the importance of quality brake pads and brake rotors in ensuring your vehicle's optimum braking performance.

Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes

Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes (PCCB)

The Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake system, featuring yellow-coated aluminum stationary calipers, represents the pinnacle of braking technology for your Porsche. These enlarged, perforated brake discs deliver significantly increased stopping power, ensuring incredibly brief stopping distances and optimal braking security, even under intense driving conditions. Furthermore, these ceramic brakes weigh 50% less than their gray cast iron counterparts, enhancing grip, elevating your driving experience, and providing added nimbleness on the road.

Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes Maintenance

Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes (PCCB) Maintenance

At HBi Auto, our team is well-versed in Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes, possessing all the requisite training to proficiently service and repair these specialized systems. Generally, carbon rotors are durable enough to last up to 100,000 miles for vehicles not regularly taken on the track, while brake pads often last a minimum of 30,000 miles under similar conditions. Our expertise extends to accurately weighing brake rotors, as wear is not solely determined by thickness but also by the rotor's physical weight and the presence of any premature cracking. We employ the official Porsche PIWIS diagnostic tool for any necessary repairs or ABS system bleeding. Just like for other Porsche brake systems, we advocate for an annual inspection—or every 10,000 miles—of brake pads, calipers, rotors, and ABS function. We offer these inspections complimentary for every car we service. Additionally, to maintain the integrity of your braking system, we recommend a brake fluid flush every two years or 20,000 miles to prevent the fluid from becoming hygroscopic, which could lead to deterioration of internal brake seals or premature system failure. If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to call our Porsche specialists today.

Maintenance Recap

  • Conduct an inspection either annually or every 10,000 miles, which includes:
    • Inspection of brake pads
    • Inspection of brake rotors
    • Inspection of brake calipers
    • Inspection of brake lines
    • Inspection of brake wear sensor
    • Assessment of brake fluid moisture content
    • Inspection of the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Replace brake fluid every 2 years or at 20,000-mile intervals.
  • Estimated brake pad replacement around 30,000-40,000 miles (varies based on driving conditions).
  • Estimated brake rotor replacement around 100,000 miles (varies based on driving conditions).

Porsche Surface Coated Brakes

Porsche Surface Coated Brakes (PSCB)

The Porsche Surface Coated Brake (PSCB) combines a gray cast iron brake disc with a specialized ceramic layer. Featuring white calipers, this brake system boasts discs that resist corrosion exceptionally well, even during prolonged periods of vehicle inactivity. You may notice additional brake noise with this system, but rest assured, there are no problems with the brake system. Additionally, the brake system minimizes the accumulation of brake dust, keeping both the wheels and braking components cleaner for an extended period.

Porsche Surface Coated Brakes Maintenance

Porsche Surface Coated Brakes (PSCB) Maintenance

HBi Auto is a leader in servicing Porsche Surface Coated Brakes, boasting all the necessary training to expertly handle these specialized systems. Typically, the surface coated rotors often have a lifespan of 50,000 to 70,000 miles in non-track conditions. Brake pads in these systems generally last at least 30,000 miles unless the vehicle is used for track driving. Our technical team knows how to assess brake rotor health by measuring thickness, generally recommending replacement after 2MM of wear or in the presence of premature cracking—usually a result of aggressive or track driving. We utilize the official Porsche PIWIS diagnostic tool for any required repairs or for bleeding the ABS system as needed. Like with other Porsche brake systems, we advocate for an annual or every-10,000-mile inspection of brake pads, calipers, rotors, and ABS functionality. These inspections are complimentary for every vehicle we service. To further extend the life of your brake system, we recommend a brake fluid flush every two years or 20,000 miles to prevent fluid deterioration and safeguard internal brake seals.

Maintenance Recap

  • Conduct an inspection either annually or every 10,000 miles, which includes:
    • Inspection of brake pads
    • Inspection of brake rotors
    • Inspection of brake calipers
    • Inspection of brake lines
    • Inspection of brake wear sensor
    • Assessment of brake fluid moisture content
    • Inspection of the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Replace brake fluid every 2 years or at 20,000-mile intervals.
  • Estimated brake pad replacement around 40,000-50,000 miles (varies based on driving conditions).
  • Estimated brake rotor replacement around 60,000-80,000 miles (varies based on driving conditions).

Porsche Original Brakes

Porsche Original Brakes (POB)

Benefiting from advancements derived from our racing vehicles, Original Porsche Brakes deliver consistent braking performance, even under intense stress. The brake discs, available in both internally vented and optionally cross-drilled designs, enhance wet-weather braking while also facilitating optimal cooling. Whether you choose anodized black 4-piston or red 6-piston aluminum calipers, their monobloc construction ensures maximum rigidity, precise pressure-point responsiveness, minimal weight, and short pedal travel.

Porsche Original Brakes Maintenance

Porsche Original Brakes (POB) Maintenance

HBi Auto excels in the maintenance and service of Porsche Steel Brakes, possessing all the specialized training needed for expert care of these systems. Typical steel brakes in Porsche vehicles can last between 40,000 to 60,000 miles when not subjected to track use, while the brake pads usually endure for at least 30,000 miles under similar conditions. Our skilled technicians are proficient in evaluating brake rotor condition by measuring their thickness, commonly advising a replacement once 2MM of wear is detected or if there are signs of early cracking—often a consequence of aggressive or track driving. Employing the state-of-the-art Porsche PIWIS diagnostic tool, we carry out any essential repairs and ABS system bleeding as required. In line with other Porsche braking systems, we recommend annual or biennial inspections—every 10,000 miles—covering brake pads, calipers, rotors, and ABS functions, offering these evaluations complimentary for all serviced vehicles. For long-term system health, we also suggest a brake fluid change every two years or 20,000 miles to prevent fluid breakdown and protect internal brake seals.

Maintenance Recap

  • Conduct an inspection either annually or every 10,000 miles, which includes:
    • Inspection of brake pads
    • Inspection of brake rotors
    • Inspection of brake calipers
    • Inspection of brake lines
    • Inspection of brake wear sensor
    • Assessment of brake fluid moisture content
    • Inspection of the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Replace brake fluid every 2 years or at 20,000-mile intervals.
  • Estimated brake pad replacement around 30,000-40,000 miles (varies based on driving conditions).
  • Estimated brake rotor replacement around 50,000-70,000 miles (varies based on driving conditions).

Porsche Brake Repair

Conclusion

From Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes and Porsche Surface Coated Brakes to Original Porsche Brakes and even brake system upgrades, HBi Auto is your one-stop solution for all Porsche brake needs. Whether it's brake pad replacement, rotor changes, caliper bolt replacements, ABS repairs, or brake fluid flushes, we've got you covered. Plus, we offer an array of convenient services like complimentary enclosed transport, loaner vehicles, a thorough multi-point vehicle inspection, and a 24-month or 24,000-mile warranty on all repairs. At HBi Auto, we're committed to making your service experience seamless and efficient. To learn more, don't hesitate to reach out to our expert Porsche specialists. We're proud to serve major cities across North Carolina, including but not limited to Winston-Salem, Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, Cary, Concord, Mooresville, Hickory, Asheville, and Mocksville. Just ask, and we'll be there!

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