Why Kangaroo Paw is a Better Ventilation System
The ventilation system of a brake rotor is best described as the foundation and support between the friction surfaces.
Other than material composition, another major factor that affects the thermal performance of brake rotors is the surface area within the ventilation design. The more surface area, the more heat that can be removed from the brake rotor.
The mass of the brake rotor also plays an important role. The greater the mass, the more heat that can be stored and must be dissipated, this is why the design of the Kangaroo Paw is so effective. This minimises the risk of brake fade and restores normal braking much sooner.