Tech Tips

Identifying your STaSIS hardware kit

Written by Site Admin.

When replacing your STaSIS(tm)/Alcon rotors, you should also replace the hardware at the same time.  Stasis had several versions of the hardware so you will need to identify which hardware you have in order to order the correct kit.  Hardware replacement is generally good practice for any brake system, street and especially track.  However, in the case of the STaSIS assemblies, the disc springs have a tendency to flatten with age.  The fine threads in the nut & bolt are often compromised upon removal due to corrosion

STaSIS field serviceable hat

Version 1 - Field Serviceable 10-bolt hat.  This hat will have 10 perimeter holes that are not threaded.  Note that that the mating surface is flat and will often have the hardened spacer between the hat and the rotor.  Typically used in the 355mm or less field serviceable setups .

Stasis Hardware kit field serviceable

 

Version 2 - "Non Field Serviceable" 10-bolt hat.  This hat will have 10 perimeter holes that are threaded.  Note that that the mating surface has raised surfaces (highlighted in yellow)  Typically used in the 355mm or less field serviceable setups .

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STaSIS field serviceable hat Version 3 - Field Serviceable 12-bolt hat.  This hat will have 12 perimeter holes that are not threaded.  Note that that the mating surface is flat and will often have the hardened spacer between the hat and the rotor.  Typically used in the 370mm or larger field serviceable setups .

Stasis Hardware kit field serviceable

 

Version 4 - "Non Field Serviceable" 12-bolt hat. This hat will have 12 perimeter holes that are threaded. Note that that the mating surface has raised surfaces (highlighted in yellow) Typically used in the 370mm non turbulator field serviceable setups .

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