Join Date: Nov 1999
Location: Where the Navy sends me...
Is it me or does this seem like a good way to warp rotors?
As Oktavius already pointed out, water misting has been successfully used for brake cooling in a number of professional race series for decades. There's no direct spray of water onto the rotors, hence no concerns about warping. The mist is entrained in the air being supplied to the rotor hats and flashes to steam without ever contacting the rotors.
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